Children's Books

Merry The Cranberry and Mutual Respect
Merry the Cranberry and Mutual Respect teaches children to "respect others because they are like ourselves, because they are different than ourselves, and because they help us." While living in the North Pole, Merry the Cranberry and her friend, Santa's nose, meet Luke the Light (the northern lights). They soon realize that Luke the Light feels as though he is better than everyone, and is of more importance than his friends. Merry the Cranberry and Santa's nose use this opportunity to teach Luke the Light just how much he depends on others, and how mutual respect can allow the whole world to live in mutual harmony.
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Merry The Cranberry and Mutual Respect
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Merry The Cranberry and Grief: a Story About Loss
In Merry the Cranberry and Grief: A Story about Loss, Merry the Cranberry and her family are walking in the forest.  On their walk her son, Cant, decides he needs some time to reflect on the passing of his friend, Freakie the Frog.  As he is wandering the forest, he is met by Angie the Angel and learns the meaning of loss, grief, and recovery.
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Merry The Cranberry and Grief: a Story About Loss
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Merry The Cranberry and Honesty
As four cranberry friends gather for playtime one warm afternoon, they see the milkman delivering milk to the neighborhood families.  They devise a plan to steal chocolate milk as a way to relieve their boredom.  However, after doing this day after day, the Cranberries' parents get a hint that their children may be the ones stealing.  In Merry the Cranberry and Honesty, children are taught by these four friends how to be honest, and how to correct their wrongs by 1) admitting to the wrong, 2) Apologizing, and 3) making amends.
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Merry The Cranberry and Honesty
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Merry The Cranberry and Sportsmanship
After hitting a baseball through her neighbor's living room window, Cran the Cranberry and her Brother Cant apologize to Mrs. Smith. Soon, they notice their friend, Awk, sitting on the porch.  They invite Awk to play baseball with them, and start to teach him how to be a better player.  When they invite Awk to join their little league team, Cran, Cant, Awk and the rest of the team quickly learn about Sportsmanship.  In Merry the Cranberry and Sportsmanship, children are taught that sportsmanship is "our attitude toward all aspects of sports."  Children are also taught to "remember that the Golden Rule applies to sports."
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Merry The Cranberry and Sportsmanship
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Merry The Cranberry and Self-Esteem
In Merry the Cranberry and Self-Esteem, children are taught that our own self-esteem "reflects our attitude toward what we do, how we relate to others, and what we believe about ourselves."  In this adventure, Merry the Cranberry is awakened after having a dream, and is introduced to Mr. Sandman.  She soon realizes that Mr. Sandman does not feel good about himself, and feels as though he does not get any recognition for the things he does.  In this book, Merry the Cranberry teaches children and Mr. Sandman that we "work on our self-esteem when we make an effort to maintain positive self-esteem."
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Merry The Cranberry and Self-Esteem
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Merry The Cranberry and Etiquette
While out to a picnic in the Land of Ahhh, Merry the Cranberry and her family are soon met with the Cranbear family.  The children decide to play together, but soon their playing turns in to teasing and causing Minibear to cry.  Soon, Ms. Etiquette shows up to teach the children that "when you practice proper etiquette, you show respect for others."  Merry the Cranberry and Etiquette teaches children that to have etiquette is to go beyond having respect for others and to also be "sensitive to other's needs and feelings."
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Merry The Cranberry and Etiquette
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