Latest from Guardian Angel Publishing

 

“Lovely things are all around in each season, sight, and sound; gifts so wondrous, pure, and true- lovely things for me and you.” This touching poetic picture book expresses thankfulness for the beauty, wonder, and joy that each season brings. It helps children develop appreciation for the majesty of God’s creation and gratitude for the simple things in life.

 

As Sapphire and Ruby learn the joys of the garden, they have a secret Visitor. The girls listen to His prayer and watch as His tears water their garden in Gethsemane. From the Garden of Eden to the garden tomb, their lives are forever changed when the Master Gardener redeems the garden. This book includes 2 editions of the same play; One for larger churches or schools and a simpler version for a smaller cast with less performers.

Also available a CD with the musical tracks for kids to learn to sing the songs for this play.

When Mom told Peggy to babysit her siblings, she had no idea what lay in store: giant floating goldfish, chatty birds and demanding bees. Not to mention dirty diapers— and all because of a piece of gum and a fish? Will Peggy get the kids home safely before Mom comes home? Help! Suggested age range for readers: 3-8

A poor young girl yearns for a beautiful party dress to wear to the ballet. A magical butterfly generously gives the girl his vibrant colors which turn her drab dress into one fit for a princess, while he is left with gray wings.

Contar del uno al diez no es fácil para los niños, sin embargo, la cabra Paisley hará las cosas mas fáciles para los pequeños. La cabra Paisley descubre muchas cosas diferentes que pueden ser contadas en la playa en una noche sin dormir.

Halle and Grant take a long stroll down Memory Lane with Grandma as she recalls the lessons she learned in childhood. In Heiser’s third bedtime storybook, Grandma remembers some happy times like when she got her first bicycle, but remembers a sad time when her house burned down. There is always a lesson to be learned and Grandma is never short of reminding her grand-treasures how great God is.

From cicadas singing to eating popsicles at the summer cottage, from sleeping on fire escapes to dashing undercover during a summer thunderstorm, and weaves a tale of summer nights as they were experienced in the 1930’s. In poetic format with watercolor illustrations, you’ll find yourself taken back to a by-gone era.

There are many kinds of heroes and heroines. Some are strong and brave. Others are helpful and smart. What is your hero like? The students in Mrs. Jett’s class find out about the hero who has it all; strength, bravery, and so much more.

For these books and more from Guardian Angel Publishing, please visit www.guardianangelpublishing.com

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Amos Faces His Bully Virtual Book Tour in April

 

About the Book: 

Title: AMOS FACES HIS BULLY
Author: Cheryl C. Malandrinos
Publisher: Guardian Angel Publishing
Pages</strong>: 20
Genre: Christian children’s picture book

 

BOOK BLURB:

Amos is targeted by the town bully because he is so small. When word reaches Amos of his friend David’s battle with Goliath, he thinks back to what David told him about putting his faith in God’s protection. Perhaps the same God can help Amos face his bully too.

Book Excerpt:

Amos clutched his knees to his chest. Sitting in the dirt, he blinked to keep the tears from spilling down his cheeks.

Nathaniel and the other neighborhood boys marched around, taunting him.

“Are you going to cry now, baby?” Nathaniel balled his hands into fists and pretended to rub his eyes.

“I’m not crying,” ten-year-old Amos said with a sniffle. He stood and brushed the dirt off his clothes.

“I bet you’re the biggest cry baby in all of Bethlehem,” said Nathaniel.

The boys pushed him back and forth chanting, “Cry baby, cry baby.”

Book Trailer:

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About the Author

 

Cheryl C. Malandrinos is a freelance writer and editor. She is the author of Little Shepherd, A Christmas Kindness, Macaroni and Cheese for Thanksgiving and the recently released, Amos Faces His Bully. A blogger and book reviewer, she lives in Massachusetts with her husband and two daughters. She also has a son who is married. Visit Cheryl online at http://ccmalandrinos.com/ and her children’s book blog at https://childrensandteensbookconnection.wordpress.com/

 

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TOUR SCHEDULE

Monday, April 2

Book review at The Story of a Writer

Tuesday, April 3

Book review at Books for Books

Author interview at Over the Rainbow Book Reviews

Wednesday, April 4

Book review at Sefina Hawke’s Books

Thursday, April 5

Book review at Reviews by Crystal

Friday, April 6

Author interview at The Writer’s Life

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Monday, April 9

Guest post at Marilyn’s Musings

Tuesday, April 10

Book review at The Next Best Thing to Mummy

Wednesday, April 11

Author interview at The Dark Phantom Review

Thursday, April 12

Book review at The Blended Blog

Friday, April 13

Author interview at As the Pages Turn

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Monday, April 16

Guest post at Write What Inspires You

Thursday, April 19

Book review at Bound 4 Escape

Friday, April 20

Guest post at The Children’s and Teen’s Book Connection

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Monday, April 23

Author interview at Straight from the Author’s Mouth

Tuesday, April 24

Author interview at Book Publishing Secrets

Wednesday, April 25

Book review at Stormy Nights Reviewing and Bloggin’

Thursday, April 26

Book review at That’s What She’s Reading

Friday, April 27

Book review at Over the Rainbow Book Reviews

TBD

Book review at By the Book

Book review at Lady D Books

Book review at A Room without Books is Empty

Blogging at Christian Children’s Authors – Amos Faces His Bully

 

This is the third Friday of the month, so I am blogging at Christian Children’s Authors. Today, I am sharing my new release, Amos Faces His Bully. This is my fourth children’s book, the third book I’ve published with Guardian Angel Publishing. You can find out more about my new book at http://christianchildrensauthors.com/2018/01/19/new-release-amos-faces-his-bully-by-cheryl-c-malandrinos/

New Seasonal Titles from Guardian Angel Publishing

Celebrate Christmas with Dotty the Dalmatian at the local fire station. Life changes for two homeless children when they attend the annual Christmas party and hear the Christmas story for the first time. Children of all ages will love this fun, easy-to-sing Christmas musical.

Nine-year-old Dennis and seven-year-old Sarah love singing Christmas carols. Dennis wants to know where the carols came from and why they are called classics. Mom suggests that the children look up the answer to that question and report on the find in their family worships between then and Christmas. Dennis and Sarah eagerly agree and discover some surprising facts. A preacher who was considered one of the greatest of his time  wrote over 700 hymns and psalms. However, he couldn’t compare with another man who wrote over 6000 hymns! The children’s favorite story is about naughty mice that may well have been the reason for one of the world’s best-loved Christmas hymns.

Grover Groundhog awakes to loud “Fa-la-la-la’s” and strange goings on above ground! Excitedly waking his sister, Gracie, the two cautiously trek up to the window of the home beside their burrow. Both are amazed by what they see! Will they be discovered by the humans? Or will they discover the true meaning of Christmas?

Koyuk, a member of a humble Inuit fishing family, is flown on the wings of an angel to greet the newborn King Jesus. Koyuk learns from the angel that Jesus will become “Fisher of all” and how she can help to spread the Good News of peace and love.

For these and more seasonal titles from Guardian Angel Publishing visit www.guardianangelpublishing.com

New from Guardian Angel Publishing

A special needs boy Andy and volunteers confront challenges while counting and describing wild mustangs. They report the groups and the individual horses and their condition. The Bureau of Land Management uses their information to help track and control the population to prevent overgrazing and ensure they have an adequate water supply.

A mom patiently teaches her son words and phrases that mean zero while she teaches him about life, and what she expects from him. Includes mathematical concepts about the term Zero.

 

Malikia and her twin, Julius, were abandoned by her mother and father. Now they live at Neema House Arusha, a home for abandoned, orphaned, and at risk babies in Tanzania, East Africa. Malikia is blind and has never seen a smile but if you visit Malikia in the orphanage she will have a big smile for you. All proceeds from this book go to Neema House Arusha in Tanzania. Bless you for buying Malikia’s book.

Getting up in the morning makes Kyle grouchy. Doing class work at school makes Kyle crabby. Going to bed at night makes Kyle cranky. He is tired of always feeling grumpy. Find out how Kyle turns himself from grumpy Kyle to smiling Kyle!

Alfred the Great is a rabbit known for his generous heart. When Alfred goes to the zoo hospital to cheer up his injured cousin, Whiskers LaRue, his clowning attracts an audience of children with challenges. Alfred decides to stay with Whiskers, who soon joins him in entertaining their special visitors.

Maria St. George, whose family owns an orchard, becomes the owner of very smart poodles. Mr. Bog, a frog, also lives with them. When a delivery truck crashes during a storm near the orchard, Mr. Bog alerts the poodles and the family, who rescue the driver and hundreds of birds.

To learn more about these and other books from Guardian Angel Publishing, please visit www.guardianangelpublishing.com

 

 

New from Guardian Angel Publishing

Megan is bullied because she has rabbit ears. She writes her diary about her problem. But her friend Tory convinces her instead of always hiding them under hats to learn to love herself for who she is and not let anyone else’s opinions make her hide.

Tootsie is a little dog who pees a lot and in all the wrong places. He pees in the library, the grocery store, the café, and anywhere else he pleases. When his mischievous behavior catches up with him, Tootsie must make a decision, but will it be too late?

In the early 600’s, a baby found on the steps of a monastery becomes a kitchen boy for the fearsome Father Pieter. Beggar boys, a monster oven, and mystery bread lead us to a new understanding of Lent. Includes a recipe for pretzels.

An easy-to-sing-and-stage children’s Easter musical created to help children understand the power of the cross and resurrection of our Lord. The simple drama and kid-tested songs make this book a valuable ministry resource for Christian schools and children’s choirs. A must-have for churches with limited resources.

Kitsy and her two brothers grew up in California’s Mojave Desert during the 1940’s. In Mischief and Horses Kitsy recounts some of the hardships, struggles, and joys faced during their childhood of moving from one foster care farm to another.

It’s Groundhog Day in Amazing Grace Acres! Gracie Groundhog holds the spotlight as the official forecaster of spring. Her brother, Grover, devises a plan to steal the show! Will Grover succeed? Will Gracie find a way to forgive him? Will spring come early or will the animals have to hunker down for six more weeks of winter?

Visit www.guardianangelpublishing.com for these and other children’s books.

Colby Mouse’s Christmas Gift by Barbara Bockman

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Looking for a sweet Christmas story? You will find it in Colby Mouse’s Christmas Gift by Barbara Bockman.

Colby is a little mouse taking in all the sights, sounds, and scents of Christmas. He’s excited over the thought of giving gifts and wants to be part of all, but the danger of a trap might foil his plans.

Released last year, this is such a cute tale. So much of what Christmas is about is rolled into this fun story about a mouse wanting to give and receive gifts just like the people whose house he lives in.

K.C. Snider’s artwork is always superb, and when it comes to Christmas she outdoes herself every time. It’s worth buying the book just to flip through the illustrations. Once you open up Colby Mouse’s Christmas Gift, though, you’ll want to read it from beginning to end and then start all over. This is a perfect story of the season.

Rating: 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂 🙂

Paperback: 16 pages
Publisher: Guardian Angel Publishing, Inc; Softcover ed. edition (October 10, 2015)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1616337079
ISBN-13: 978-1616337070

I received a digital copy of this book from the author. This review contains my honest opinions, which I have not been compensated for in any way.