How well do you know your California state symbols? Join Olivia and Avery as they take a make-believe journey through the Golden State to learn more about the symbols and history of California. From the state fossil to the state capital, We Love California! offers a fun way for kids to learn more about their home state.
This beautifully illustrated book teaches children about the official symbols and rich history of California.
Join Olivia and Avery as they take a make-believe journey through the Golden State to learn more about the symbols and history of California. From the state fossil to the state capital, We Love California! offers a fun way for kids to learn more about this state.
“Everyone should know about one’s state’s symbols. Gabriella Francine gives us that knowledge in her latest gem of a story. It didn’t take me long before I vicariously joined Olivia and Avery on their fun and fact-filled journey learning about our state’s symbols.” ~ Jim Doti, President of Chapman University
Gabriella Francine lives in Southern California and has four children, all of whom she enjoys spending time with. The vision for these books came while she was volunteering at an equine center in Southern California, helping children with special needs with therapy involving horses. She has long been concerned with what is happening on our planet and the need to rebuild, sustain, and care for our world. She has also been a participant in causes that work in this direction. She is now profoundly moved to empower the cause of the Coins for Causes series and educational programs.
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Little Jenny is asleep in her bedroom one night as the story, Hoo, Hoo, Hoo Hoosiers, begins and she is awakened by a sound coming from beyond her closed bedroom door. Hoo Hoo Hoo was the sound.
She and her mother explore their farm to see what could be making the noise, but none of the animals seem to be responsible. Likewise, no one in her family can guess what the source can be. Finally, the family realizes that the Hoo Hoo Hoo is coming from the living room. It is part of the cheer Hoo Hoo Hoo Hoosiers! Jenny’s dad tells her that this is a sound she’s going to be hearing a lot as she grows up because of how much her family loves Indiana Basketball.
In We Can Help Protect Mountain Gorillas, children are taught about the endangered mountain gorilla population and educated about the importance of donating to worthy organizations that can help keep them safe.
From the Statue of Liberty, to Broadway, to the Central Park Zoo, to the Metropolitan Museum of Art, this fun book takes readers on an adventure around The City that Never Sleeps, accompanied by a friendly pigeon, who gives cool facts on every spread!