Ready for reading beyond “Pony and Little Girl”? Here are some primary reader stories which my kids loved – our heroes use cooperation and their wits to engage in adventures laced with welcoming values and fun.
The Great Laundry Mystery Karen’s Mom is marrying Gwen’s Mama, and the girls find adventure in the middle of all the preparations! Karen is an extra-energetic gal and her almost-sister Gwen is a very deliberate, careful girl. How will they work together?
Nthabi’s Star What could the Sea Faeries be searching for outside Nthabi’s window? She’d better get her favorite adult and go help them!
Katherine’s Gift How can a kid solve the problem of getting a gift for her baby sister? It can be tough when you have no money, no transportation, and you’re not allowed to leave the yard without a grown-up. Thank goodness for Cat Magic!
Junior Brigadoons Sometimes adventures are closer than you know! A sister and brother learn things they never knew about fire safety and help out a friend in need.
Abigail and the Sea Abigail makes a magical friend! The two girls from different worlds combine their wits to diffuse the danger of the Great Grump.
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The days grow shorter, the harvest comes in, we settle our debts, and we forgive one another. When the veil parts between this world and the After World, may your tears be of joy and sorrow, loneliness, and acknowledgement that those we love will always love us.
The Wild Ride Written from the perspective of a young ghost, this story tells of her love for her family mingled with her willingness to move on from this world.
The Next Great Adventure This service occurred at the UU Congregation of the Upper Valley, Norwich, Vermont, on October 30, 2011
The winter solstice is a time for family, memories, generosity, and the re-birth of hope throughout the world. May it be joyful for you.
Tante Claus A wider look at life at the North Pole. Discover holidays – and Elves! – from all over the world, and just exactly what Mrs. Claus does.