LITTLE RAY CHILDREN'S BOOKS ABOUT GRIT.
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CAN LITTLE RAY FLY?
He's about to give it a try. Knowing Little Ray to be brave and young, Mama Ray managed to hold her tongue. After all, her boy would never know what he could do without giving it a go. It isn't every day that a stingray tries to fly. Hurray for “The Amazing Flight of Little Ray” and other children's stories about grit.
RAYS AND SHARKS
Rays and sharks rarely get along, but when they do, they can pull us along. Before “Little Ray & Shark Patch Things Up” ends, the boat has a hole, the shark hasn't eaten, and no one knows what to do about any of it. Nature makes this bully book fun, without offending anyone.
Few of us have an opportunity to meet members of this endangered species. They are nocturnal. They are not from another galaxy. Meet “The Foxy Armadillos” as they do some fast thinking to save their new home. This children's book about armadillos helps each of us find and keep our place in this world.
- FISH NEVER SLEEP October 2017
- SHARK BAIT September 2017
- SHARK ATTACK August 2017
- FISHY FISH July 2017
- NO FISHING June 2017
- MAMA RAY May 2017
- OCEAN SOUNDS April 2017
- ANIMAL SURPRISES March 2017
- FLYING STINGRAYS February 2017
- LANDLUBBERS January 2017
- STINGRAY VENOM December 2016
- PANCAKE SHARK November 2016
LITTLE RAY & SHARK PATCH THINGS UP.
The words in this video remind us to cast aside first impressions and stereotypes: Join with the best, respect the rest; we never know how things will go. This text does not form part of the “Little Ray & Shark Patch Things Up” book, but most of these illustrations are from that book about stingrays and sharks for children. The actual story of “Little Ray & Shark Patch Things Up” begins with Little Ray playing in the water as his boating friends delight in watching from their boat. When a menacing bull shark mistakes all the commotion for a yummy lunch, it sets off a chain of events that results in the unlikeliest friendship on the seven seas. The story, “Little Ray & Shark Patch Things Up” reminds young readers of the importance of teamwork. The adventure also shows that help can come from unexpected places. (34 seconds)