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For our Valentine's show this year we decided to share Romantic Folk Tales from "The Spooky Series" by S.E. Schlosser.
Sit back and listen as S.E. Schlosser entertains you with tales chosen for Valentine's Day!
If we have time, we may even play a few Romantic poems as well!
Please visit: http://www.americanfolklore.net/spooky-books.html to purchase books from The Spooky Series.
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!
This week its all about the kitty with Tamar Arslanian who will tell us what it is like to foster kittens, Studley, the handsome white cat with two different colored eyes will talk about being a therapy cat, (well his Dad will be doing most of the talking), and Tina Modugno amd her cat Oreo will tell us about their work to help the Paw Project.
Tamar and Tina will be taking questions!
Get ready for a purrfect day! Please visit our FB page and blog
On Halo Kids Tales with JD Holiday: Hammy by Kiraya Kestin & Fruit Scoop by Shirley Francis Salley ~
Hammy ~ Eight year old Mary has to convince her parents to let her keep the school's hamster.Unfortunately, her sister has a Siamese cat who figures out how to open the cage door. We follow Mary's joys and sturggles to make adjustments with the pets and her older sister. This story has a surprise ending when Mary's hard work with the cat pays off.
Buy at: www.amazon.com/Hammy-ebook/dp/B0088RM9O2
Kiraya Kestin's site: creationsbykiraya.com/
& Fruit Scoop ~ A gang of very popular fruit gets the news that they are not the only fruit in town. See what happens when they find out they are about to be replaced by a new kind of fruit. This delightfully amusing story is a great way to introduce children to the Fruit of The Spirit and to teach them how to live their lives as Christians.
Buy at: www.amazon.com/Fruit-Scoop-Shirley-Francis-Salley/dp/0984336915
Shirley Francis Salley's site: www.shirleyfrancissalley.com.
JD and show site: halokidstales.blogspot.com/
Fairy tales are the simplest experesion of archetypal patterns. Junians love to work with fairy tales and myths to better understand our personal dream stories, which often reflect these archetypal themes. While it seem as if many of our inherited fairy tales have a patriarchal bent, it is also true that these fairy tales show us how to deal with this overbearing patriarchal attitude. Archetypal paterns self-correct, and so instead of Sleeping Beauty waiting for her prince to save her, these tales expressed what the Feminine Principle needs to learn to "do" (the masculine energy) to deal with the situation. The heroines of these tales were, in fact, learning to save themselves. That's the message we're seeing today in movies such as Maleficent and Frozen andon TV in Once Upon a Time. Cathy will also share some stories about her favorite heras/heroines: Scheherazade, Dame Ragnell and Allerleirauh.
We'll discuss what are archetypes, why it is important to understand symbolic language, why a feminist approach to fairy tales is more limiting than a symbolic one and much more. Tune in!
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