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[PDF] Mom's Choice Award Winner - Juvenile Level 1 (Ages 5 – 8) Books: Inspirational / Motivational By Mrs. D. – Bogou.us

Mom's Choice Award Winner - Juvenile Level 1 (Ages 5 – 8) Books: Inspirational / MotivationalThe Story Of A Young Girl, Left Friendless Because She Could Not Speak A New Language, Will Touch Your Heart It Will Take Your Child Into The Imaginary World Of A Little Girl Who Moved To America From A Different Country Unable To Speak English, The Lonely Girl Could Not Find Friends She Lived In An Old House With A Small Garden, Where Three Blooming Trees And The Mysterious Wind Became Her First Imaginary Friends The Garden Friends Developed A Wonderful Friendship With The Lonely Girl, And Helped Her Overcome Her Fears And Worries Through The Story, They Taught Her How To Make Real Friends And Helped Her Cope With Difficult Moments While Adapting To New Surroundings Unforgettable Characters Will Open A Beautiful Imaginary World To Young Readers, Inviting Them To Share The Fears, Tears And Joys Of A Little Girl The Story Will Teach The True Meaning Of Friendship While Showing Readers The Beauty Of Nature This Book Will Open An Unknown Imaginary World Through The Eyes Of A Child

[PDF] Mom's Choice Award Winner - Juvenile Level 1 (Ages 5 – 8) Books: Inspirational / Motivational By Mrs. D. – Bogou.us
  • ebook
  • 44 pages
  • Mom's Choice Award Winner - Juvenile Level 1 (Ages 5 – 8) Books: Inspirational / Motivational
  • Mrs. D.
  • English
  • 19 July 2018
  • 9781456607937

    10 thoughts on “[PDF] Mom's Choice Award Winner - Juvenile Level 1 (Ages 5 – 8) Books: Inspirational / Motivational By Mrs. D. – Bogou.us

  1. says:

    What a charming, heartfelt story The Trees have Hearts, by Mrs D, is a wonderful chapter book for any young reader, or a parent reading to a child, or anyone going through difficulties moving or making friends.The story is well thought out and developed, from the relatable character, a young girl who has just moved and is suffering the difficulties of making new friends and adjusting to the move, to the depth of the story We do not only see the difficulties that the girl has, but we travel through the year with her to see how she overcomes these fears and how she grows We learn so much through the connection and friendship she makes with her garden trees, three wonderful trees that have their own stories and difficulties to grow through The trees teach us lessons about life and let us see that growth processes and changes affect everyone, even trees.This is a wonderful story that connects ...

  2. says:

    This was an enchanting story, charming and full of wonderful life lessons I related to the subject matter being an immigrant myself My parents immigrated to the US when I was a baby Their parents immigrated from the Ukraine then Russia to Argentina Even though I was surrounded by a loving family, I was an insecure, shy little girl a little girl that dressed funny, ate weird things at lunch, and had a strange name I lived my childhood with one foot in America and the other in Argentina, constantly feeling the instability of my situation because my mother yearned for her homeland I didn t have a connection to trees, but found solace, strange as it sounds, in one particular mountain top Where ever I found myself, it seemed that my mountain was there sort of watching over me.Children need to feel secure they need to feel acceptance In today s society where everything goes and children...

  3. says:

    This book is beautifully written and illustrated The delicate colors and fine lines will prove satisfying to the eye just as the lyrical language is soothing to the ear I urge the reader to pay particular attention to the Preface in which the author reminds us that we should look at things through the eyes of a child and enjoy this period of wonder and imagination because it is a fleeting moment in time which soon disappears.As the story begins a sad little girl is gazing out her window at the spring garden She sees the trees just beginning to bloom The little girl does not go out to play because she has just moved from another country and does not know the language She feels lost and alone One day she goes out into the garden and the trees speak to her.We all know that things never stay the same One day the little girl arrives home and her mother has a surprise for her Will the bond between little girl and her tree friends be able to survive this new crisi...

  4. says:

    A real life fairytale, which stays in readers hearts forever Marvelous book Beautiful illustrations An amazing story about a little girl and her imaginary friends, three caring trees and joyful old wind This sweet children s book charms readers hearts from the first page and does not let go until the last word My children and I were completely plunged into the magical world of the imaginary characters, providing a great deal of love and comfort for any age Full of kindness and compassion, the story carries many good lessons for children and parents It reaches the minds in a very gentle way, while teaching great morals about the true meaning of friendship, doubt and trust, self acceptance and confidence It gets to the root of the smallest problems and makes readers think about their choices and behavior Before I knew it, the little girl and her friends became my friends, encouraging me to believe in the beauty and wisdom of nature It is well known fact that the trees have a healing power and ability to console hurt souls They are teaching us how to approach things differently and how to look at the world with open eyes The soothing colorful illustrations, added warm feeling to this brilliant fairytale They made this book accessible to much younger readers who cannot read on their own yet Who cannot remain unmoved to the loving Chance, beautiful Sassy and shy Shadow, so tenderly described throughout the story Who cannot fall in love with the c...

  5. says:

    1 new country 1 new home 1 new language one sad, lonely little girl.This solitary little child watches the other children play, but from the safety of the trees that hide her from their sight She would love to join them, but, since she can t understand them, she stays in her sanctuary with her wishes and dreams.What a surprise, then, when the trees speak to her in her own language The magnolia, the weeping cherry, and the plum tree comfort her and welcome her into their leafy homes Their constant presence, their interest in her day, and their encouragement when she has successes make her and sure of herself Old Wind, who spends a lot of time among the trees, becomes her friend as well, finding her when she is lost and keeping her from harm.But what happens when she goes away to summer camp How will she get along without her garden friends Old Wind has the freedom to go and check up on her, and is able to report back to the trees that she is happy with new friends.Does this disappoint the tre...

  6. says:

    Mrs D has written a warm and heartfelt children s story that perfect for its time In a world where children sometimes find it difficult to find a friend, this book reminds us that there is always a friend among humanity and nature Even though the little girls seeks and finds refuge, acceptance and love among the trees, she later discovers that there are other kids who long to find friends just as she does.There are so many rewards we were blessed with by the end of this story In our family, we love to snuggle up in bed and read moving and touching children s books This one is definitely one of those stories and it will sit upon our night stand for years to come I would recommend this to any child, parent, teacher, guardian, librarian, and anyone else who truly knows how it feels to seek friendship within our world, and sometimes, within nature and beyond.The language and illustrations captivates the re...

  7. says:

    Mrs D has written a sweet tale about the pains of a young girl growing up in a new country Singled out and ostracized because she speaks a different language, she turns to the trees in her garden for friendship and comfort They communicate through a universal language, one that emanates from a spiritual connection of the heart The tree friends provide a refuge from the rejection she experiences at the hands of the other children in the neighborhood and help to compensate for the loneliness of being the only child of a hard working singe parent The story presents a deep respect for nature and all living things The trees become an oasis for the outcast, they will always be there ready to listen and comfort The illustrations are delightful and follow the young girl s emotional journey in her quest to gain acceptance in the new world She must l...

  8. says:

    This is a delightful book First of all, the illustrations are absolutely stunning They definitely help bring this fantasy story to life The storyline itself is sweet and touching It manages to teach wonderful lessons about true friendship and adapting to change without being preachy or overdone I m not sure if the author meant it to be, but I also felt like this was a story about growing up and maturing over time I felt like the main character really grew and changed throughout the story She went from being sad, lonely and insecure, to finding self confidence and contentment The tree people reminded me very much of fairies, although I don t think the word fairy was actually used in the book Overall, this is a lovely book that I would definitely recommend for anyone who enjoys reading uplifting fantasy stories.P.S I really enjoyed the preface too Although I will admit that I often skip prefaces or introductions when r...

  9. says:

    A very sweet, light story, told with cheer and joy from the little baby s point of view A nice treat.

  10. says:

    It is a true testament to an author when I read one of their books and it leaves me wanting It is what caused me to go in search of yet another book by Mrs D There are several factors of why I would recommend this book, but I shall leave you with two and my summary.First of all, Mrs D has an eloquent way with words She has the power to conjure beautiful images within your mind This eloquence in no way deters from the story s readability, in fact, it enhances it by pulling you into the tale You are the small child lost in loneliness one moment, and laughing and playing amongst the trees, the next.The second factor in recommending this book, or her others for that matter, is that teaches lessons within her stories without being heavy handed She crafts the moral of her books so well, that they are always lovingly presented and thus easily absorbed by a child Young readers will not feel like they are being lectured in any form, but subconsciously they are grasping the message behind the words.It is my humble opinion, ...

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