BEATRICE’S GOAT ages 4-8
More than anything, Beatrice longs to be a schoolgirl. But in her small African village, only children who can afford uniforms and books can go to school. Beatrice knows that with six children to care for, her family is much too poor. But then Beatrice receives a wonderful gift from some people far away – a goat! Fat and sleek as a ripe mango, Mugisa (which means “luck”) gives milk that Beatrice can sell. With Mugisa’s help, it looks as if Beatrice’s dream may come true after all.
THE CHICKEN AND THE WORM ages 3-6
What happens when a chicken and a compost worm have a conversation about their differences and similarities? This humorous story introduces young readers to the idea that even the smallest creatures can work together to care for the earth.
WINTER IN SONGMING ages 8-10
Winter in Songming follows a boy taking his first step into manhood while his village takes a step toward self-sufficiency and building a better future.
ONCE THERE WAS AND WAS NOT:
A MODERN DAY FOLKTALE FROM ARMENIA ages 10-12
Based on a true story of three boys who joined a Heifer International-sponsored youth group, raised a prize-winning cow, and learned valuable lessons about sharing, caring and responsibility.
ONE COW AND COUNTING ages 10 and up
Commemorating Heifer International’s 70th Anniversary, this book enlightens and entertains at each new reading. Young and old will revel in the layers of humor and information surrounding the tale of an organization making a difference in our world.