Martha and Arthur Discover Christmas Holiday Season

Martha and Arthur Picture Books

Book 1
21

Martha and Arthur have a wonderful time,
spending their lives in a world of rhyme.
The gentle dragons are on a quest
to always improve and be their best.
At this special time of year,
our friends are filled with Christmas cheer.

 

In this book, we find our super-cute dragon friends leaving school and heading home to discover the preparations that have been made for Christmas holiday season, including: some pie, a tree, a stocking, a cat in a Christmas hat, and a naughty dog that has eaten the Christmas log! Look out for Santa’s sleigh and the dragons partaking in a Christmas morning snowball fight.

 

Features of this kids’ picture book:
- Martha and Arthur are super-cute, friendly, dragons.
- The illustrations cover every page and are big, bold, brightly colored, and simply adorable!
- The text is large and accessible.
- Simple, easy-to-read, rhyme is used throughout - not only is this fun for you and your child; there is a wealth of study supporting the educational benefits of this for early learning. (Way too much to list here.)
- The content is suitable for reading to babies, preschool, and kindergarten children.
- The book has been reviewed, approved, and praised by a professional child psychologist and several primary school teachers, each with over 20 years of experience.
- This book is part of a series of Martha and Arthur educational works, which have been crafted to teach basic early learning skills to children and can be read in any order.
- Whether you are looking for bedtime stories or books that can help you to entertain and educate your child during the daytime, the Martha and Arthur series is here to help!

 

Please take advantage of the introductory price and treat your child today!

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About the author

One afternoon, just for fun,
Fable drew a dragon, enjoying the sun.
But that one dragon was not the end,
as Fable decided to give her a friend.

“Ooooh...” said Fable, “I like their look.
Maybe I should put them in a book?
It would be fun and fulfill my yearning
to help small children with their learning.”

A decision was made that the book should rhyme,
and the dragons would have a wonderful time,
but most of all, they would be on a quest
to always improve and be their best.

So in between, much other stuff,
six books were created. It was kind of tough.
There was much to do and much to learn.
Both ends of the candle had to burn.

But there was some help along the way.
A psychologist and a teacher had their say.
They gave their input and were very nice,
and humble Fable took their advice.

Now the books are ready and in the store,
and if they are liked, there will be some more.
Other things are on their way,
but what they are, I can’t yet say…

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4.5
21 total
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Publisher
Fantablico
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Pages
24
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Language
English
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Genres
Juvenile Fiction / Holidays & Celebrations / Christmas & Advent
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This content is DRM protected.
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Available on Android devices
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Martha and Arthur have a wonderful time,
spending their lives in a world of rhyme.
The gentle dragons are on a quest
to always improve and be their best.
Discovering nature is their latest ambition,
so please come join them on their mission.

 

In this book, our adventurous dragon friends fly out into the countryside on a quest to immerse themselves in nature. They discover adorable insects, birds, and animals, and express each experience by way of a cute little rhyme to help us all learn and remember the creature they have encountered.

 

Features of this kids’ picture book:
- Martha and Arthur are super-cute, friendly, dragons.
- The mole is way cuter than the one that tears up your lawn...
- The illustrations cover every page and are big, bold, brightly colored, and simply adorable!
- The text is large and accessible.
- Simple, easy-to-read, rhyme is used throughout - not only is this fun for you and your child; there is a wealth of study supporting the educational benefits of this for early learning. (Way too much to list here.)
- The content is suitable for reading to babies, preschool, and kindergarten children.
- The book has been reviewed, approved, and praised by a professional child psychologist and several primary school teachers, each with over 20 years of experience.
- This book is part of a series of Martha and Arthur educational works, which have been crafted to teach basic early learning skills to children and can be read in any order.
- Whether you are looking for bedtime stories or books that can help you to entertain and educate your child during the daytime, the Martha and Arthur series is here to help!

 

Please take advantage of the introductory price and treat your child today!

Martha and Arthur have a wonderful time,
spending their lives in a world of rhyme.
The gentle dragons are on a quest to always improve and be their best.
They learn their colors in this book,
so come along and take a look...

 

In this book, our friendly dragons find themselves unable to help a honey bee find a red flower, all because they haven’t learned their colors. Eager to fix this, they decide to create a book of simple rhymes to help them (and of course, their friend, your child) to learn and remember the basic colors. Being such helpful little dragons, they even include examples of things that match each color - Martha gets to sit in a yellow digger, and they both get to ride in a red fire truck!

 

Features of this kids’ picture book:
- Martha and Arthur are super-cute, friendly, dragons.
- The illustrations cover every page and are big, bold, brightly colored, and simply adorable!
- The text is large and accessible.
- Simple, easy-to-read, rhyme is used throughout - not only is this fun for you and your child; there is a wealth of study supporting the educational benefits of this for early learning. (Way too much to list here.)
- The example objects will further assist your child with color association and committing the colors to their long-term memory.
- The content is suitable for reading to babies, preschool, and kindergarten children.
- The book has been reviewed, approved, and praised by a professional child psychologist and several primary school teachers, each with over 20 years of experience.
- This book is part of a series of Martha and Arthur educational works, which have been crafted to teach basic early learning skills to children and can be read in any order.
- Whether you are looking for bedtime stories or books that can help you to entertain and educate your child during the daytime, the Martha and Arthur series is here to help!

 

Please take advantage of the introductory price and treat your child today!

Martha and Arthur have a wonderful time,
spending their lives in a world of rhyme.
The gentle dragons are on a quest
to always improve and be their best.
Today, while eating some tasty grapes,
they realize they must learn their shapes. 

In this book, our delightful dragon friends are tucking in to some fruit, when they happen upon a grape and wonder about its shape. Realizing they need to expand their knowledge, they fashion their own cute little book containing catchy rhymes to help them (and of course, their friend, your child) understand basic constructs (lines, squiggles and curves), and then learn and remember basic shapes (circle, oval, triangle, etc.) Being such helpful little dragons, they also include examples of everyday objects that match each of the shapes they cover - look out for the adorable Martha clock on the “Circular things” page.

 

Features of this kids’ picture book:
- Martha and Arthur are super-cute, friendly, dragons.
- The illustrations cover every page and are big, bold, brightly colored, and simply adorable!
- The text is large and accessible.
- Simple, easy-to-read, rhyme is used throughout - not only is this fun for you and your child; there is a wealth of study supporting the educational benefits of this for early learning. (Way too much to list here.)
- The example objects will further assist your child with shape association and committing the shapes to their long-term memory.
- The content is suitable for reading to babies, preschool, and kindergarten children.
- The book has been reviewed, approved, and praised by a professional child psychologist and several primary school teachers, each with over 20 years of experience.
- This book is part of a series of Martha and Arthur educational works, which have been crafted to teach basic early learning skills to children and can be read in any order.
- Whether you are looking for bedtime stories or books that can help you to entertain and educate your child during the daytime, the Martha and Arthur series is here to help!

 

Please take advantage of the introductory price and treat your child today!

Martha and Arthur have a wonderful time,
spending their lives in a world of rhyme.
The gentle dragons are on a quest
to always improve and be their best.
Today our friends are at it again,
as they flex their wings and count to ten. 

In this book, we find our super-cute dragon friends dreaming up their perfect healthy pie. They decide that it needs to contain berries but realize they cannot count well enough to know how many. Not to be deterred, they leap into action and find fun things to practice counting - from “one noisy drum” all the way to “ten happy hens”. Look out, along the way, for adorable toy shops, frogs, roller skates, etc.

 

Features of this kids’ picture book:
- Martha and Arthur are super-cute, friendly, dragons.
- The illustrations cover every page and are big, bold, brightly colored, and simply adorable!
- The text is large and accessible.
- Simple, easy-to-read, rhyme and alliteration is used throughout - not only is this fun for you and your child; there is a wealth of study supporting the educational benefits of this for early learning. (Way too much to list here.)
- The content is suitable for reading to babies, preschool, and kindergarten children.
- The book has been reviewed, approved, and praised by a professional child psychologist and several primary school teachers, each with over 20 years of experience.
- This book is part of a series of Martha and Arthur educational works, which have been crafted to teach basic early learning skills to children and can be read in any order.
- Whether you are looking for bedtime stories or books that can help you to entertain and educate your child during the daytime, the Martha and Arthur series is here to help!

 

Please take advantage of the introductory price and treat your child today!

Martha and Arthur have a wonderful time,
spending their lives in a world of rhyme.
The gentle dragons are on a quest
to always improve and be their best.
Today they learn that feelings of sadness
can become feelings of gladness. 

In this book, our usually-happy dragons are decidedly grumpy (“they had made a sauce, but it was lumpy.”) Luckily, a friendly mole pops-up and alerts them to the fact that the sauce is still delicious. Realizing that there is often another way of feeling about things, they share a number of situations where they each turn a feeling of sadness into a feeling of gladness: “Martha feels sadness. It is time for school… Martha feels gladness. Learning is cool.”

 

Features of this kids’ picture book:
- Martha and Arthur are super-cute, friendly, dragons.
- The illustrations cover every page and are big, bold, brightly colored, and simply adorable! - The text is large and accessible.
- Simple, easy-to-read, rhyme is used throughout - not only is this fun for you and your child; there is a wealth of study supporting the educational benefits of this for early learning. (Way too much to list here.)
- The repetition of turning bad situations into good ones will help your child learn and practice mindfulness - making them more likely to view life’s ‘problems’ with a new perspective.
- The content is suitable for reading to babies, preschool, and kindergarten children.
- The book has been reviewed, approved, and praised by a professional child psychologist and several primary school teachers, each with over 20 years of experience.
- This book is part of a series of Martha and Arthur educational works, which have been crafted to teach basic early learning skills to children and can be read in any order.
- Whether you are looking for bedtime stories or books that can help you to entertain and educate your child during the daytime, the Martha and Arthur series is here to help!

 

Please take advantage of the introductory price and treat your child today!

Martha and Arthur have a wonderful time,
spending their lives in a world of rhyme.
The gentle dragons are on a quest
to always improve and be their best.
Discovering nature is their latest ambition,
so please come join them on their mission.

 

In this book, our adventurous dragon friends fly out into the countryside on a quest to immerse themselves in nature. They discover adorable insects, birds, and animals, and express each experience by way of a cute little rhyme to help us all learn and remember the creature they have encountered.

 

Features of this kids’ picture book:
- Martha and Arthur are super-cute, friendly, dragons.
- The mole is way cuter than the one that tears up your lawn...
- The illustrations cover every page and are big, bold, brightly colored, and simply adorable!
- The text is large and accessible.
- Simple, easy-to-read, rhyme is used throughout - not only is this fun for you and your child; there is a wealth of study supporting the educational benefits of this for early learning. (Way too much to list here.)
- The content is suitable for reading to babies, preschool, and kindergarten children.
- The book has been reviewed, approved, and praised by a professional child psychologist and several primary school teachers, each with over 20 years of experience.
- This book is part of a series of Martha and Arthur educational works, which have been crafted to teach basic early learning skills to children and can be read in any order.
- Whether you are looking for bedtime stories or books that can help you to entertain and educate your child during the daytime, the Martha and Arthur series is here to help!

 

Please take advantage of the introductory price and treat your child today!

Martha and Arthur have a wonderful time,
spending their lives in a world of rhyme.
The gentle dragons are on a quest to always improve and be their best.
They learn their colors in this book,
so come along and take a look...

 

In this book, our friendly dragons find themselves unable to help a honey bee find a red flower, all because they haven’t learned their colors. Eager to fix this, they decide to create a book of simple rhymes to help them (and of course, their friend, your child) to learn and remember the basic colors. Being such helpful little dragons, they even include examples of things that match each color - Martha gets to sit in a yellow digger, and they both get to ride in a red fire truck!

 

Features of this kids’ picture book:
- Martha and Arthur are super-cute, friendly, dragons.
- The illustrations cover every page and are big, bold, brightly colored, and simply adorable!
- The text is large and accessible.
- Simple, easy-to-read, rhyme is used throughout - not only is this fun for you and your child; there is a wealth of study supporting the educational benefits of this for early learning. (Way too much to list here.)
- The example objects will further assist your child with color association and committing the colors to their long-term memory.
- The content is suitable for reading to babies, preschool, and kindergarten children.
- The book has been reviewed, approved, and praised by a professional child psychologist and several primary school teachers, each with over 20 years of experience.
- This book is part of a series of Martha and Arthur educational works, which have been crafted to teach basic early learning skills to children and can be read in any order.
- Whether you are looking for bedtime stories or books that can help you to entertain and educate your child during the daytime, the Martha and Arthur series is here to help!

 

Please take advantage of the introductory price and treat your child today!

Martha and Arthur have a wonderful time,
spending their lives in a world of rhyme.
The gentle dragons are on a quest
to always improve and be their best.
Today, while eating some tasty grapes,
they realize they must learn their shapes. 

In this book, our delightful dragon friends are tucking in to some fruit, when they happen upon a grape and wonder about its shape. Realizing they need to expand their knowledge, they fashion their own cute little book containing catchy rhymes to help them (and of course, their friend, your child) understand basic constructs (lines, squiggles and curves), and then learn and remember basic shapes (circle, oval, triangle, etc.) Being such helpful little dragons, they also include examples of everyday objects that match each of the shapes they cover - look out for the adorable Martha clock on the “Circular things” page.

 

Features of this kids’ picture book:
- Martha and Arthur are super-cute, friendly, dragons.
- The illustrations cover every page and are big, bold, brightly colored, and simply adorable!
- The text is large and accessible.
- Simple, easy-to-read, rhyme is used throughout - not only is this fun for you and your child; there is a wealth of study supporting the educational benefits of this for early learning. (Way too much to list here.)
- The example objects will further assist your child with shape association and committing the shapes to their long-term memory.
- The content is suitable for reading to babies, preschool, and kindergarten children.
- The book has been reviewed, approved, and praised by a professional child psychologist and several primary school teachers, each with over 20 years of experience.
- This book is part of a series of Martha and Arthur educational works, which have been crafted to teach basic early learning skills to children and can be read in any order.
- Whether you are looking for bedtime stories or books that can help you to entertain and educate your child during the daytime, the Martha and Arthur series is here to help!

 

Please take advantage of the introductory price and treat your child today!

 "Lilly sat with her eyes fixed on the window, watching snowflakes crowding on the alley in front of the house, and slowly, slowly everything was covered with a fluffy coat of snow.

She thought about the letter that she wrote for Santa Claus, about the gifts he would place under the Christmas tree tonight. And then she realized she should ask Santa for something else."

"The Tiniest Elf" is the whimsical story of a little girl, her innocent wish, and her adventure to find Santa Claus.


5-star review by Mamta Madhavan for Readers’ Favorite:

"It is the day before Christmas and Lilly is waiting for her mother to arrive so that she can spend Christmas together with her parents. Her mother works in another city and she was unable to make it on the first day of Christmas because it was snowing way too much. In The Tiniest Elf by Laurentiu M. Badea, Lilly decides to write another letter to Santa Claus, apart from the earlier one she wrote, because she realized she should ask Santa for something else. In the northernmost realm of Lapland, inside Santa’s workshop, Santa’s elves are working to finish the last touches of Santa’s departure. Like every year, Santa’s five trusted elf friends are going with him to share gifts to children all over the world. Lilly is wondering how she can get her letter to Santa Claus. Will Santa get Lilly’s letter on time?
I like the concept and the underlying message of the story which will awaken the child inside all of us. It is such a magical and heartwarming story, and the innocent girl and her wish to be with both her parents for Christmas is tangible. It is a good book to read out to youngsters during the Christmas season as it captures the essence and spirit of the season beautifully. Many children will be able to relate to Lilly’s feelings. It is a good storybook for both read aloud sessions in classrooms and also bedtime story-telling as it conveys a beautiful message to young readers."

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