The Mindful Heart Library

Sinopah
Sinopah

Sinopah

$5.95

Born as the chief ’s son, Sinopah grows from a lively boy into a steadfast, kind man in the Blackfoot Tribe under the caring, watchful guidance of his beloved grandfather and parents. Sinopah learns the traits and skills of a brave warrior and future leader of his tribe through many boyhood experiences and the gentle encouragement of his wise grandfather.
Come learn with Sinopah about courage, kindness, wisdom and happiness through his delightful and daring adventures.

 

This book is a suggested read-aloud for Year 1 Unit 1.

 

94 pages

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The Fighting Mascot
The Fighting Mascot

The Fighting Mascot

$6.95

This book is incorporated into the Omega: A Light in the Dark investigation.

 

With abundant courage and optimism, young Tommy Kehoe joins the British Army in search of his own storybook adventure. After fibbing about his youthful age of sixteen years, he is sent to war-torn France to serve in the trenches during World War I. With the help of loyal friends, staunch commanders, and fat rats, Tommy experiences the struggles and triumphs of war. Even a century later, his honest, detailed, sometimes humorous and sometimes heart-wrenching account of life in the trenches provides a unique memoir of the Great War.

 

161 pages

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Poetry Power—Alphabet Rhymes
Poetry Power—Alphabet Rhymes

Poetry Power—Alphabet Rhymes

$10.95
In Poetry Power—Alphabet Rhymes, children are introduced to the alphabet through the fun rhythm and rhyme of poetry. Phonemic awareness and other phonological skills are naturally built as children listen to the poetry and participate in the alphabet activities found on each page.
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Poetry Power—Nursery Rhymes
Poetry Power—Nursery Rhymes

Poetry Power—Nursery Rhymes

$12.95
Sharing nursery rhymes with your child can be such an enjoyable experience for both parent and child. But is enjoyment the only thing that comes from nursery rhymes? No! Nursery rhymes are built through rhyme, rhythm, and alliteration, which are some of the key building blocks in preparing your child to begin reading. So enjoy these nursery rhymes and related activities again and again with your child and know that you are preparing him or her for future success in reading!
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