In a world of bountiful food yet increasing food insecurity, we are called to remember that all creatures have a place—and may be fed sustainably—at the greatest, communal table offered by our planet.
Los niños aprenderán las frases y las palabras sencillas de español en este libro divertido y ilustrado, por ejemplo, ¿Hola, cómo estás? ¿Cómo te llamas? ¿Qué hora es? ¡Y más! (Children will learn simple Spanish phrases and words through this fun illustrated story, for example, How are you? What is your name? What time is it? And more!) Meet Philip and Martha, two young students who meet at school and become friends. Young learners will find the simple greetings, questions and statements easy to understand. Learn simple English words and phrases with the corresponding version Hello, How Are You?
A fearful rabbit is convinced the earth is caving in.
Dikike's father surprises her with a wonderful gift--her very own canoe!
Mordy finds the perfect messenger to deliver his Purim basket for Mom.
A child enjoys a delicious bowl of warm noodles.
This Middle Eastern folktale tells the story of two farmers who help each other with very funny consequences.
Long ago all birds had white feathers. This folk tale from Thailand is the story of how peacocks and crows got their colors.
This Ojibwa folk tale describes the musical sounds of rain and thunder.
Kari and her mom go on a hike in the woods. They watch a deer leaping through a clearing and settle down for a picnic lunch as a deer has a picnic of her own. Readers will see both Spanish and English phrases in this story.
Duncan is welcomed at Joey's home.
Jack and Isabella search for Pokey the desert tortoise that lives near their house.
Mira prepares for Hanukkah.
Jamie has won a horse but where will he keep it?
Zachary learns that being different can also be special.
Marcus chooses a tiny living Christmas tree that his family can enjoy throughout the year.
A story about lighting luminarias for Christmas.
A clever fox saves his own life by convincing Tiger that he Fox is the King of All Animals in this Chinese folk tale.
A girl's quick thinking saves the wranglers.
A delicious treat reminds Ishmael of a special place.
In this Pueblo Indian bedtime story listeners have to figure out if Salamander and River Frog get the sniffles.
Folktale about husband and wife learning to think before speaking.
Shanti wants a doll she sees in a shop, so she earns money by selling garlands of jasmine. She then selflessly gives the money to her best friend for her little brother's expensive medicine, and later, her best friend buys her the doll.
Athena's family's custom of picking and cooking dandelion greens embarrasses Athena. But when she sees her new friend try the food, she realizes she could be more open-minded herself.
Why has the town clock suddenly started emitting an awful screeching every day at 2:00? The townspeople beg Detective Raclette to solve the mystery.