Children’s Ezine Guardian Angel Kids: Historical Fiction – October 2012 Issue Welcome to the GAK October 2012 Historical Fiction issue.Historical fiction is a fascinating way of learning about history. Through historical fiction writers intertwine facts with a story line that carries the reader into the past for a journey into a time they have not lived in. Cultures, traditions and human habits often times very different from those of present time making the experience that much more interesting. The GAK staff invites you to transport yourself through time with the every tall and proud Lady Liberty watching over you. Explore the heart pounding travels of Sybil Ludington, Sarah’s fear of the unknown, and a heart wrenching glimpse of one girl’s survival of the Titanic. Learn the facts of historical fiction and how you can teach your young muses about history through activities. Visit the writers and illustrators in the Guardian Angel Kids October 2012 issue and enjoy the alluring poetry, stories, articles and activities, www.guardian-angel-kids.com. Letter from the Publisher: Lynda S. Burch
Featured BookS: First Americans flip book by Kelly BakshiThe Golden Pathway flip book by Donna M. McDine and illustrated by K.C. Snider Children’S poetry, ACTIVITIES, SHORT STORIES, and articleS:“Lady Liberty,” by Tracy Helixon – tall and proud.“Sybil Ludington’s Midnight Run,” by Barbara Bockman – the courageous actions of one young girl.“Sarah’s Journey,” by Patricia Nance and illustrated by Clara Batton Smith – travel excitement and fear of the unknown.“Titanic,” by 12 year old Katherine and illustrated by Nancy Miller – the love of family and the longing for survival.“What is Historical Fiction,” by Sharon Blumberg – immerse yourself in the wonders of historical fiction.“Historical Fiction Activities,” by Kathy Stemke – learn about history through fun activities.Visit Guardian Angel Kid today and www.guardian-angel-kids.com and enjoy a child safe and ad free Ezine. We also invite you to stay connected with Guardian Angel Kids through our Facebook Fan Page http://www.facebook.com/pages/Guardian-Angel-Kids-Ezine/163785080346247. Please feel free to drop Editor-in-Chief, Donna McDine an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and let them know what you think of Guardian Angel Kids and what you'd like to see in the future. They aim to please.The Guardian Angel Kids Ezine staff and contributors look forward to your visit. Thank you for your time and interest.
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Shari lives in a little house in the woods of Oregon. She has always loved animals. Her yard is home to deer, squirrels, rabbits, birds, skunks,fox, opossum, and raccoons. She loves those rascally raccoons so much she decided to write about them. She lives with her husband, a dog and two cats. Her books; MISADVENTURES OF ROOTER AND SNUFFLE, ON THE GO WITH ROOTER AND SNUFFLE, and TROUBLE FINDS ROOTER AND SNUFFLE are about brother raccoons living in Cathedral Woods with their many animal friends. These stories, three in each book, are intended to help build a child's character.
NOTHING STOPS NOAH is a picture book with new characters it takes place in a pet store and is full of humorous events that will delight any child. A HORSE OF COURSE is about the best gift at Aaron's birthday party and is a fun story of a horse living in the house.
SHOO CAT is a story about prejudice and preconceived ideas. Ethan thinks he knows all about cats until a stray decides to straighten him out.