Books

There’s a lesson in every bit of reading fun!

Check out the Book Trailers for the newest Demby’s Playful Parables! All books can be ordered on http://www.amazon.com or you can cash app me $KyriDemby ($10 per book + $6 shipping).

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When the Bible said, “Let everything that has breath, praise the Lord!” it meant everything! Frogs, birds, bees, chickens, ducks, and everything in between! Not in My Church is a fun tale about a small church that saw this very scripture come to life. That church went from being a very quiet church where the people would just come and sit, to a church where they were jumping, running, shouting, and waving their hands! See who their unlikely teachers were.

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Simon is a seal who always makes good choices because he uses self control. If you’re having a little trouble following the rules and making good choices, you should use Simon’s little trick for controlling himself. He sings his little song; “Stop, think, and breathe, and make the right choice”!

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The escape of Fortissimo happens every time a director tells their group to play or sing louder. Sometimes it gets out of hand. This why we need Dynamics: Fortissimo (Very Loud), Forte (Loud), Mezzo-Forte (Medium Loud), Piano (Soft), and Pianissimo (Very Soft). When learning music it is very helpful to know these musical symbols. Fortissimo is a very loud monster that escapes from the Zoo. Lori has to use her tool called the decrescendo to make him a very soft small monster in order to capture him.

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Lori Biscuit, The Music Detective is the introductory book of the Lori Biscuit series. This book introduces musical concepts in the form of weapons. Readers will learn musical concepts such as Dynamics (loud or soft), Tempo (fast or slow), and Pitch (high or low). Lori eats a healthy Breakfast, lunch and dinner. This will remind readers to remember good nutrition. The book also gives the reader a chance to use higher level thinking.

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