May Issue of Guardian Angel Kids

Guardian Angel Kids Ezine has a new issue out. Stop on by at the link below. The poems were sweet and catchy and I really loved the story A Fish Named Fred by Linsy Hunsaker. 
Guardian Angel Kids 

May 2019 
Theme:  Living in a Fish Bowl

Book Feature
Don’t Put Gum in the Fishbowl by Stuart Wesley, Sirac-illustrator
Features
POETRY
♥ My Fishbowl  by Jan Cornebise 
Fishbowl Feelings by Stephanie Malley

FICTION SHORT STORIES
A Fish Named Fred by Linsy Hunsaker 
Otter’s Greenhouse by Pamela Love 

NON-FICTION ARTICLE
Fishbowls of Our Own Making by Irene S. Roth 
Looking through Glass: The World of Snow Globes by Carol J. Douglas

PARENT/TEACHER ARTICLE
In Favor of Field Trips by Kelly Bakshi M.S. Ed.

#GAP Highlight

Guardian Angel Publishing’s newest E-zine is out for November.  In this issue we will see: 

 SPECIAL FEATURE 

Little Isaac’s Big Adventure Tracy Schuldt Helixon and Illustrations by Jack Foster

POETRY

Bird’s Eye View by Pamela Love 
The Butterfly and the Balloon by Jill Clark
FICTION SHORT STORIES 
Up in the Air by Caroline Kiberd
Abel the Angel by Brenna Miller 
NON FICTION ARTICLE
Star Light, Star Bright by Irene S. Roth
Sweeping the Sky by Carol J. Douglas
The Sky is the Limit by Mary Sue Roberts
PARENT/TEACHER ARTICLE 
Our Very Own Star by Kelly Bakshi M.S. Ed. 

The special feature this month is Tracy Schuldt Helixon ‘s book Little Issac’s Big Adventure. I, being a very short person, can appreciate what Little Isaac goes through in the book. The illustrator, Jack Foster, is absolutely incredible with his work. I can think of no better combination of creative people to put together an empowering picture book. Be sure to head on over and see the other features in this months Guardian Angel Kids EZine!

G is for Guardian Angel Publishing

My first two picture books, A Star in the Night and Teresa’s Shadow are published through a great publishing company called Guardian Angel Publishing.(also called GAP) 

Guardian Angel Publishing is a children’s book publishing company which publishes books for ages 2 through 12. There are picture books, rhyming books, musical books, e-books, print books and more recently books available through iTunes. As published on their home page, their mission is to “change the world on child at a time” through inspirational and faith filled books.

With all the competition reading has with video games and TV, Guardian Angel Publishing is keeping up with the times and technology in order to keep inspiring children to read.

A new division of GAP is the Guardian Angel Kids Magazine (also called GAK). The magazine expands on GAP’s mission and provides a “healthy and safe entertainment for 2-12 year old children, featuring games and activities from our Guardian Angel books and characters.” Recently, my story The Sleepover was published in the April 2011 issue on Health. The magazine not only features, stories and articles, but has interactive learning games, often based on popular book characters from GAP.

What do you think about this innovative, faith filled and fun publishing company?

Guardian Angel Publishing Releases New Magazine

Guardian Angel Publishing (GAP), the publishing company which has three of my children’s books under contract, recently embarked on a new adventure. They announced the debut of their online interactive magazine titled Guardian Angel Kids. Lynda S. Burch, publisher of the well-known Guardian Angel books, is also the publisher of the magazine. She named Jennifer Reed, founder of Wee-Ones magazine, as Editor-in-Chief. And Kevin McNamee was named Technical Director. A big congrats goes out to them.

The magazine has stories (some consisting of well-known GAP characters), activities, videos and tons of free stuff.

Go on over and try it out. If you’re a fan of the books, I think you’ll love the magazine.
Leave a comment – what do you think of this new mag on the market?