Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Spring Rejuvenates the Soul

This is a news release from Donna McDine, Editor-in-Chief, Guardian Angel Kids Ezine
 Spring Rejuvenates the Soul: Get Healthy with the Guardian Angel Kids April 2011 Issue
 Spring is beginning to awaken and what better time to get your body moving and grooving than through the April 2011 issue of Guardian Angel Kids Ezine. Healthy living and eating is always important to one’s well being for both mind and body so come along and spring on over to Guardian Angel Kids and find out what is in store for you this month http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com.
Without further ado we invite you to come explore the April 2011 issue of Guardian Angel Kids Ezine http://www.guardian-angel-kids.com through poetry, short stories, non-fiction, and a parent/teacher article. To add to your child’s learning enjoyment be sure to partake in the interactive activities, games, and videos.
Featured Books:
Ouch! Sunburn, by Donna J. Shepherd, snappy rhymes along with the 15 colorful and fun illustrations by Kevin Scott Collier helps children see the need to protect their skin in the sun.
Sarah’s Socks My World of Autism, by Litsa Kamateros and Nia Morfonios. Sarah has autism and hates socks. Thanks to an understanding teacher and her helpful classmates she is better able to cope...until she's asked to wear socks.
Children poetry, stories, and articleS:

“The Runner,” by Debra Mayhew provides insights to what makes a runner tick.

“Does Noah Wash His Hands,” by Connie Arnold – the day in the life of a young boy.

“The Sleepover,” by Jennifer Gladen – the biggest spoiler of all, a cold before a sleepover. Jack Foster brings to life with his delightful illustration the fun of a girl’s sleepover.

“Finding Ideas,” by Cathy C. Hall – inspiration can be found in the ideas around us. We need to take the time to notice the simplicity of life around us. Samantha Bell’s charming illustration catches the essence of the imagination.

“Yum in the Tum,” by Jennifer Buchet - your mouth will water with these delicious and healthy recipes for the young and old to enjoy.

“Teach Your Child to Eat Healthy,” by Jacqueline Seewald – important tips to guide you to a healthy way of eating not only for your child, but for the whole family.

We look forward to your visit. Thank you for your time and interest.


Lenny Lee said...

hi miss connie! for sure im gonna go have a look at the ezine. it sounds just real cool. i got one of miss donnas book for a present and she signed it. how cool is that!
...hugs from lenny

Julie Musil said...

Oh my goodness, a bounty of information! Thanks so much for the fun links and stories. The sun is shining, the poppies are sprouting through, time for a hike!

Connie Arnold said...

Lenny, that is cool! Donna has some wonderful books, and it's always great to have books signed by the author!

Connie Arnold said...

Julie, enjoy that beautiful weather and your hike!