When Amaris turned four, her Mama gave her a tea party; and so, one warm spring afternoon, Amaris' friends came to Nana's Windmill Pond. Shaded by a big oak, they enjoyed lunch, decorating bonnets, dress-up and dancing, cupcakes and ice cream, and of course, yummy tea. This sweet and special afternoon is celebrated in the faces of six beautiful little ladies, and the book includes guests' quotes about the event.
Author: Double Luck: Memoirs of a Chinese Orphan (Holiday House) Parents' Choice Gold Award-Winner for nonfiction 2001 Author: Learning With the Brainy Bunch (Key Education) 2009 Book of the Year Award, "Creative Child Magazine" Author: Elementary Economics (McGraw Hill) 2002 Teacher's Choice Gold Award, "Learning Magazine" 1993-2002—Executive Editor "A New Day" magazine for activity coordinators 1980-1993—Executive Editor "Shining Star" for Christian educators 1980-1994—Editor of 250+ Christian activitybooks (Good Apple/Shining Star Publications) 1977-2005—Author of 300+ published teacher activity books for preschool, primary, and junior high 1974-76—Teacher, kindergarten through fourth grade, Carrisa Plains Elementary School, Carrisa Plains, California 1971-74—Teacher, second, third and fifth grades, Golden View Elementary School, Huntington Beach
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