Lowly Worm starts out alone to make one, and then he joins Huckle Cat to make two.
Each page has a large numbered tab visible from the front cover that designates a number from 1 to 10, indicating the number of animals kids can count.
The companion title, All the Colors of Busytown, is also available from Barron’s.
They’re soon joined by Wolfgang Wolf, Harry Hyena, and other animals who teach boys and girls to count to ten.
This title is one of a two-book series of Richard Scarry’s Concept Books.
Toddlers who are introduced to colors and counting with Richard Scarry’s Concept Books.
The books are constructed of sturdy board pages that can take punishment from tiny hands and still remain in good condition.
are in for a very special visual treat! The pictures in both of these books are bubbling with humor, packed with busy and interesting details, and vibrant with all the bright colors that have made Richard Scarry one of the most beloved names in children’s illustration.
“None is acceptable before God, save the meek and lowly,” the prophet Mormon taught.
) Why is meekness such an important requirement for salvation? What does it mean to be meek? How can we attain meekness? In Meek and Lowly, Elder Neal A.
“The rigorous requirements of Christian discipleship are clearly unattainable without meekness,” he writes.
” The first step, Elder Maxwell claims, is to take upon us the Savior’s yoke and to learn about Him and His teachings.
Maxwell of the Council of the Twelve Apostles, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, discusses this critical-but often misunderstood-principle.
Other requirements are to develop humbleness of mind; to be humble in our dealings with others, particularly those whom we lead; and to overcome the deadly sin of pride.
“Meekness, though lowly, has its own quiet majesty,” he concludes, for “by being yoked to Jesus and His gospel, we are drawn closer to Him.
“In fact, meekness is needed in order to be spiritually successful, whether in matters of the intellect, in the management of power, in the dissolution of personal pride, or in coping with the challenges of daily life.
Elder Maxwell also explains the relation between meekness and the grace of God, the blessings that come through being meek, and the examples of meekness found in the lives of prophets both ancient and modern.
Who will save her? The knights try, but everything goes wrong.
but they’ll face their greatest challenge ever!It’s a magical medieval tale as only Richard Scarry can tell it, with humor, unforgettable characters, and a new court jester: Lowly! .
Richard Scarry’s beloved Busylande meets the Middle Ages—and the result is a delightful fractured fairy tale featuring knights on horseback, wandering minstrels, intrepid peasants, a beautiful princess, and a frightening dragon! Come to Busylande, a very busy, happy kingdom—until the terrible dragon kidnaps Princess Lily.