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Lost and Faerie Found takes you on a whimsical adventure that teaches us that nothing is ever truly lost, and that every part of the earth is cherished and protected. After all, who can you turn to when you’ve lost the thing most precious to your heart? Trinity is a faerie special friend who cares deeply for little children and takes care of lost items deep in the World of Good Fortune, in the Land of Serendipity. More Information…

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The Girls Who Could
is a fun, colorful series of stories about real women who have made a difference in the world through inspired action. By giving young girls examples of women who are doing amazing things, children grow up with a template of achievement upon which to grow and expand their own dreams and goals. The simple drawings of children their own age and fun, rhyming prose helps kids connect easily with the message in each story. More Information…

“I started this series because I wanted to add storybooks about science and math to my own daughter’s bookshelves,” explains author Maya Cointreau. “She has a very logical, puzzle-oriented mind, and I wanted to help her nurture that with inspiring stories. But in my search, I only found two books that really fit the bill — one about a budding engineer (which is excellent) and one about a young boy who loved math, which was a bit long and complex for my ¬†four year old. If I wanted her to be surrounded by books about young girls who could do great things in math and science before she hit middle school, I realized I would have to create them myself.”

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A Child’s Collection of Rumi includes twelve stories from The Masnavi adapted for young minds.¬†Introduce your child to the spiritual fables and poetic couplets of Rumi. Illustrated by beautiful, original, full-color art, this Earth Lodge collaboration with Shanti Rava lifts the mind and frees the soul. More Information…