Have you ever wondered where all those bunnies are coming from? Do you know about a little country called Bunny Land? It's a land like no other. A land of green grass, nestled among the hills, lush trees and blue streams with just north of the pond, Bunnyville. It has been peaceful. But one day a ginger bunny was seen for the first time… A must read for every child.
Never has a toy been played
with or loved as much
It’s 1863, and Frankie, with his friends, boards a ship to get back home after working in a foreign land. A storm interrupts the journey, and they crash onto a deserted island and need to find a way to survive until they can rebuild their ship to continue their journey. Pirates attack the newly built ship on the way. They are captured and sold as slaves. They learn to accept what they can’t change and to appreciate what they would normally take for granted, like missing home.
What if being different helps you make a difference? To teach those around us, accept what we are, and be happy with what we have. When a house bird gets out of his cage and flies to the roof of the school across the road, he quickly learns valuable lessons after he gets scared and teased by what seems to be bully birds. He then befriends a kind and helpful bird who helps him get back home. In his adventures, he learns to know different types of birds and that being different is entirely acceptable, and that we must be content with what we have.
Sally Cooper, a young girl who fights her parents’ demons during a messy divorce, finds escape in Gussy, her imaginary friend. Gussy guides Sally through difficult times but is more than just an imaginary friend … who starts to fade away after much-needed therapy.
This book was written to help children survive divorce, among other things, ensuring that their relationship with both parents remains strong.
Children may invent imaginary friends for companionship, as part of play, or for other reasons. Imaginary friends can serve as an important source of companionship for some children. As an example, clinical psychologists have reported that young children in boarding schools often develop imaginary friends to cope with extreme stress and separation from their families.
According to some psychological theories, children often use their imaginary friends as outlets for expressing desires which they would normally be afraid to engage in or for which they would normally be punished. Proponents of these theories state that it is not uncommon for a child to engage in mischief and then to blame the crime on their imaginary friend. Similarly, psychologists report that children often give their imaginary friends personality traits that they lack and make their imaginary friends into ideal versions of themselves.
Imagine you go for a swim in the river after school with your friends and as you get up from underneath the water, to see a completely different world. It’s not the same landscape you saw when you and your friends jumped in the water.
It was told as a tale that the lake was forbidden. The forest on the other side is alive …
There are birds all around us. That we know. But what we don’t know is that every bird has a fairy flying on their backs, telling them where to get food and water, and enjoying adventure out in nature.
Flight fairies also guard our feather friends against the evil fairy Queen Tatyana …