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Christian, the Hugging Lion
A pregnant mother prepares her child for the arrival of a sibling, highlighting all the good things to look forward to ie not the tantrums or the sharing. Picturebooks are a handy way to explain your bump to the rest of the family. Quirky imagination and wry humour make this a wonderful book for fussy eaters. Disgruntled Barry Bennett wishes he had better parents fun ones who let him do what he wants. Funny, smart and unpredictable.
The winged lion of Saint Mark is the symbol of Venice. In the 9th century, Saint Mark became the patron saint of the city, the lion a guardian of peace and power. In its paws, the lion holds a book, sometimes a book and a sword. The lion is emblazoned on the red and gold flag of Venice. Discovering Venice with kids, lions are everywhere you look — church mosaics, reliefs, paintings, sculptures, bronze monuments, coins, souvenirs, glass figurines, masks, door knockers, on pavement, bridges, and school walls. Saint Mark the Evangelist. In early Christian art, the four Evangelists are represented as a divine animal or angel; Saint Mark is the winged lion.
The back-to-school season is filled with all kinds of chores like things to buy , lunches to pack and clothing to label. But what really stresses elementary schoolers and, let's face it, their parents out is the prospect of transitioning into a new grade or going to school for the very first time. Is it any fun at all? Will I make friends? How much homework will I have? Those are just a few of the questions kids have as the first day of school looms. A great way to ease their anxiety is to read a picture book about what it's like to go to school.
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