Angel Star is the 'must have' book for pre-school and primary Children or as a gift for new or expecting parents. Illustrated by Kat Merewether and written by hit children's songwriter and author Chris Sanders.
Angel Star, which includes a CD of the #1 Children's iTunes Hit song, is the story of a young girl who one night picks the brightest star in the sky, a star she has chosen to be her new sibling. She then sets about helping the star on its adventurous journey, down mountains, through valleys, over roads and finally to her home and part of her loving family.
Bringing a new life in to the world is a big decision to make for any parent. And it can be especially tough on other children in the family who may feel like another child will result in them receiving less attention or even being less loved by their parents.
It’s important to make your children understand all the positive benefits of becoming a sibling and you can start that by including them in the decision to bring another child to the family. Angel Star is the perfect story to help with that process.
Written by Chris Sanders the storybook captures the imagination of Children and tugs at the heart-strings of parents.
The picture book was illustrated by winner of Children's Choice at the NZ Book Awards, Kat Merewether.
Call For The Ambulance Picture Book Feat. 111 Ambulance Song
The Call For the Ambulance Book featuring the catchy #1 Hit 111 Ambulance Song will save lives, by empowering children with the knowledge of how to react in an emergency.
Written and sung by multi-number 1 Hit Children’s Songwriter Chris Sanders, the Call For the Ambulance book and Song has been written to support the ASB St John in Schools schools education programme. The book release follows the hugely successful launch of song, which reached #1 on iTunes and Google Play New Zealand Charts.
This Picture Book and Song will become the go-to resource for Kindergarten to Primary aged Children and a great tool for parents to help teach their Children the 111 emergency number. It’s literally a step-by-step guide for Children about how to call an ambulance should they find themselves in a situation that requires this action to be taken, asking questions such as:
Would you know what to do in an emergency?
How would you react under pressure?
Could you locate the phone in an emergency?
Are you confident enough to pick up the phone and dial 111?