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Star Tale is excited to announce the release of innovative picture book apps for kids.
Helps parents reduce kids' fear of tooth loss and encourage dental health. NEW YORK, Jan. 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- From the age of about 5 to 12, children lose twenty baby teeth.
Albanian native Miss Liri tells the story of her devastating love life in America - and the lessons to be learned. BALTIMORE, Dec.
ASHEVILLE, N.C., Dec. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Chiron Publications is offering an in-depth look at fairy tales and how they enrich and inform our lives.
With the added pressure for educators to meet the new requirements of the Common Core Standards, Story Cove LLC is releasing a new Classroom Version for Kindergarten through 2nd Grade.
Designed to be a quick, easy way to order brownie gifts any time and from any mobile device, Fairytale Brownies officially launches its mobile store this week: m.brownies.com. Phoenix,
WILMINGTON, N.C., June 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Real Tooth Fairies announced today their new interactive digital features for millions of girls ages 5-10 around the world - just in time
“Triana Becomes a Real Tooth Fairy” is the latest honoree in the award-winning book series from The Royal Council of the Real Fairyland, LLC.
“Tooth Fairy Fashion Party” app from The Real Tooth Fairies combines dress up, fashion and surprise party themes while celebrating kindness.
“Ask For a Tooth Fairy Letter” app from the Real Tooth Fairies was created to inspire and reward girls for taking care of their teeth.
The Pukwudgie is a small humanoid from Wampanoag folklore. The legend of this creature began in connection with the Wampanoag people's first beliefs that a creation giant had created most of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. The Pukwudgies were jealous of the way the Natives adored the creation giant, but still tried to help them, though their efforts were in vein. So the Pukwudgies decided to torment the Wampanoag people instead. Because of this, the Pukwudgie was best to be left alone, or bad...
The kelpie is from Celtic folklore and is a supernatural water horse haunting the rivers and lochs of Scotland and Ireland. Versions of the fable vary from region to region. It is described as a powerful horse with skin like that of a seal, smooth and cold to touch. The kelpie’s color is black in some versions, white in others, but always has a dripping wet mane. Other descriptions include green with a black mane and a tail that curves back. Still, always dripping wet and sometimes...
- A volcanic mudflow.