Teen/young adult adventure Chana: Seeking the Red Bird, companion book for children Awi Squad Buds Games Under the Sun, and children’s animal adventure Woody, Snappy, and Terpy Swamp Party! are fun stories that challenge young minds to imagine their own hikes in the woods and the swamps. Meet interesting characters and enjoy a few laughs, some hollering, and fear of the unknown. Find out what happens …
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In support of author Mrs. Alfreda B. McAdams, Awi Squad hosts two of her wonderful books. The Little Frog children's book is an enjoyable rhyming tale about minding rules and bravery. Poems from My Heart is a book of heartfelt poems celebrating the inspirations and influences that shaped her warm soul.
Chana leads the Awi Squad Buds on a joyful heritage journey through the village. Along the way, the little ones let loose on sporty trips to play creative games which teach about harmony, trust, peace and life. Join the squad in an exciting story that will keep curious bookworms turning the pages. Find out where the squad roams and delight in whimsical schemes to honor customs.
Get ready to go outdoors! This book includes a guide and instructions for four amusing outside activities for young children to encourage learning about our natural environment.
In bygone days, the world was laid to waste by development that destroyed the land and most of its inhabitants. The Awohali peoples weathered the catastrophic reset of the earth’s soul and subsisted in alliance with the lands. Nowadays, the elders teach the young about the importance of knowing their family record and walking in the strength and wisdom of their forbearers.
Chana and four friends come of age during a treacherous school research assignment while preparing for the annual end of harvest jubilee. During their perilous journey through Kahawa to Shaba Valley, the squad discovers their superior perception and physical capabilities when stalked and assaulted by creatures that prowl the forests of Daksi Babu.
The mystery of her natural family is hidden in the swamps of Shaba Valley. Because she does not know her kin, Chana sulks while witnessing friends grow in the traditions of their familial lineage. She convinces one friend to join her search while the others take an injured mate back to the village. The pair must overcome harrowing obstacles to find the red bird and get back in time for the jubilee. Chana wrestles with the fear of disappointing her father or what may come if she finds her true identity. Yet, she must pull courage from the ancestors to complete her mission. Her hope lies in the execution of her father’s teachings and mastering her newfound abilities.
Will Chana find the red bird and her true lineage? To find out, follow the Awi Squad as they trek through the woodlands of Daksi Babu.
Explore the adventurous trips of Woody the upland tortoise and his pals; Snappy the wetland turtle and his playmates; and Terpy the tidal terrapin and his buddies as they travel to the grand swamp party.
This story offers teaching moments in the diversity of habitats and wildlife as well as rising to the occasion to party with the strange neighbors.
This book was printed using 100% post-consumer recycled paper that is certified Processed Chlorine Free (PCF) with vegetable and soy based inks.
The Little Frog is a poem writing by Alfreda Burnett McAdams. The story is about a young frog whose dad warned him about going into the street. An older frog tried to convince the little frog to disobey his father’s instruction. Something happened when the older frog leaped into the street. Follow his adventure to find out what action the little frog chose.
This book of heartfelt poems is a gift celebrating the inspirations and influences that shaped her warm soul, learned from a dedicated father and thoughtful mother. Her nature held true whilst rising amid turbulent times and fulfilling a spiritual life along the way. Imagine reciting verses in the “Walking Song” on a sunny morning thinking about nature’s purpose in “Everything” knowing “God Cares” for your “Prayer of Thanks”. Hum along with an ode to “Seniors” as you drift off to rest awaiting “A New Day” wrapped in “His Promise”. Poems From My Heart also shares “Experiences at Virginia State Class of 1961”, the whimsical jingle “My Boss”, and a sober reminder of “Black History”.
“I have written poetry most of my adult life. Whenever I performed one of my poems before a group, I was encouraged that others would enjoy my work. Finally, at the age of 80, I decided to put some of my poems together for this book. I trust that those who encouraged me are right!”