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2 new Bala Kids Books about nature and enduring change

2 new Bala Kids Books about nature and enduring change

Don’t Kill the Bugs: How Kids Can Be Heroes for Creatures Big and Small

In this children’s book, we learn that all living things have feelings and deserve to survive. Be Kind, Don’t Kill is the lesson your child learns and they can save creatures big and small by showing love. The Author is Berthe Jansen, is a Buddhist scholar, mother of two daughters and a son, and has interpreted from Tibetan to Dutch for the Dalai Lama. This book is for ages 3-7 and available today. Buy ‘Don’t Kill the Bugs’ today.

The Life of a Crayon: A Colorful Story of Never-Ending Beginnings 

This children’s book is an adorable story that follows the life of a green crayon as it becomes smaller as it ages. This green crayon has made art and cards and gets used a lot more certain seasons and holidays. As time goes on, it gets smaller and smaller until it can no longer color. But, there are ways to use the last of a good crayon. The Author is Tara Wosiski, an artist, author and art educator and Christopher Willard, an author and educator who teaches at Harvard Medical School and serves on the board of the Mindfulness in Education Network and the Institute for Meditation and Psychotherapy. It is written for ages 4-8. Buy The Life of a Crayon today.

Enjoy these books about nature and enduring change as we grow from Bala Kids books!

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These two books about nature and enduring change offer a valuable perspective on our relationship with the natural world and the importance of adapting to change.

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