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by Linda Hales
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Literature & Fiction
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    Linda Hales
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    Xlibris (January 25, 2011)
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    28 pages
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    Literature & Fiction
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About Linda Hales: Dear Parents, Caregivers & Young Readers Everywhere!Writing children's short stories a wonderfully satisfying endeavor. See if your friends have read any of Linda Hales's books.

About Linda Hales: Dear Parents, Caregivers & Young Readers Everywhere!Writing children's short stories a wonderfully satisfying endeavor  .

I love how author, Linda Hales, thought to include and incorporate "Sunshine and Her Big Blarney Smile! . I believe this wonderfully crafted activity book will hold the interests of children. Teachers and parents alike will be able to utilize it in many different ways as they touch the lives of children.

I love how author, Linda Hales, thought to include and incorporate "Sunshine and Her Big Blarney Smile!: Activity Story Book" with the reader that matches it. Teachers are able to use this lovely duo not only to recite the text, but also highlight lessons learned from the reading, and at the same time integrate activities.

Current City and Home Town.

Linda and Mary met in San Francisco. Both writers, mothers, and seekers of the truth, they began a friendship that has lasted twenty years. Linda and Mary's joint exploration into topics like vulnerability, trust and honesty led to Come Rain or Come Shine a book of stories about friendship, based upon interviews with many women across America. OTHER TITLES BY LINDA HALE BUCKLINBeyond His Control – Memoir of a Disobedient. To read this book, upload an EPUB or FB2 file to Bookmate.

Linda Sunshine worked in publishing for many years.

Get all of best-selling author Linda Howard's beloved Mackenzie Family Saga in one terrific collection! Bundle includes Mackenzie's Mountain, Mackenzie's Mission, Mackenzie-s Pleasure, A Game of Chance, and Mackenzie's Magic. Romance & Love, History & Fiction.

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Sunshine is a dear little blond girl whose sole mission in life is to make sad people happy. She lives on a hilltop and interacts in strong and positive ways with characters and situations she encounters on the hillside. Sunshineâ?s experiences are captured in short picture stories that will appeal to the young reader in the 3-7 year age bracket. A moral is imbedded in every tale that will not be lost on the young reader but will be remembered in context with Sunshine, the character. Most of all, her tales always make children smile!

Sunshine was a cute story about a little girl named, get this, Sunshine who always tried to make people smile. I loved the message to always keep smiling and to try to cheer someone up every day. It is a sweet idea and my girls love the colourful illustrations.

That being said I can't get past the part of the story where Sunshine meets a sad old man and tries to make him smile. I tell my girls to be kind to everyone, but not to engage with strangers if I am not there. So the idea of Sunshine spending time with this sad old, and slightly creepy looking, man that she has randomly met on the hill contradicts that message just a little bit. The idea was just a little strange to me and I felt like the message could have been delivered more effectively if Sunshine was trying to cheer up a family member, or a kid at school - someone that a child would normally be encouraged to interact with. I'm sure that I am reading into this too much, but as a mom to a 3 and 4 year old who are just starting to go out into the world I try to be mindful of the messages they are receiving from the books we read.

Sunshine I'll Make You Smile really is a funny little story that my girls did enjoy but it didn't hold their attention for a second reading (perhaps because they could not put themselves into the story being as they do not talk to strangers?), and left me scratching my head a little bit.
Sunshine is a delightful book for pre-schoolers. The artwork is bright and engaging. Sunshine is a little girl with a wonderful smile. She likes to smile and everybody tells her how cheerful they feel when they see her bright smile. All is fine until she meets her grumpy Great Grandpappy. He doesn't smile when he sees Sunshine. She takes this behavior as a challenge and begins making a series of silly faces.

Children who are at the stage of enjoying silly faces and exploring how the same person can look different at different times will be delighted with Sunshine. The story also has a message about the importance of being cheerful.

I look forward to seeing more of Linda Hales' work.