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L is for Language
For the language of the human tongue,
For the language of the lion's roar,
For the language of the bee's dance,
For the language made by cricket's wings,
For the language of the beating heart
Heard by a child in the mother's womb.
It is or the languages of all things that communicate
On the blue and green Ark adrift in the sea.

--Brian Patten
The Blue and Green Arc

Gifts for Children

Here are some excellent gift ideas to inspire your children, or the children around you.

Leave your mark of compassion in a childs' memory.

Make magic in the minds of the young.

Donate outgrown toys to your local hospital, women's shelter, foster care agency or sheriff's waiting room.

Teach your children to support the less fortunate, with all their muster.

Share joy.

Anteater Hat
What a sweet way to keep your little one's head warm! Memory-keeper!
To read more, go to Magic Cabin icon.
Organic Baby Rattle
Fun, colorful, tasty, and non-toxic. Great gift for any and every beautiful child.
Yes, Magic Cabin has wonderful treasures to please everyone. Visit them at MagicCabin icon.
Organic Layette
Organic cotton, nothing feels, or smells, better. Start little lives safe from the pesticides put on "conventionally-grown" cotton and synthetic, petrochemical-based fabrics.
Visit MagicCabin icon for this, and more.
Rainbow Silk Blanket
Softness. Magical color. Backed with gentle flannel. Mmm. Wish they had these in Mama-size.
Please visit the lovely MagicCabin icon for more information.

Whether it be a Radio Flyer classic red wagon,
a sporty roadster,
an incredibly zippy pedal-car,
or a bright-red, tassel-flying scooter,
you can't go wrong with a Radio Flyer gift.

Radio Flyer Wagonroadstertricyle
Radio Flyer Tricycles and Bicycles logo

Thomas the Train, Brio wooden trains and tracks . . .

Our sons went crazy over the interlocking, inter-changeable wooden train sets, and the wooden engines--Thomas, Percy, James, Gordon, Henry or Lady.

The Ultimate Thomas the Tank Engine Store

The Old Steam Train Kit
Put-together train kit for the inquisitive, train-loving boy.
Find this kit at Usborne Books.
Little boys love Bob the Builder.
We love Bob the Builder, the Album.
It's upbeat, fun and very clever. Don't know who likes it more, the kids, or Mom. Check out the Scarecrow's song.

12 ft. Teepee
You read it right. Take advantage of the crisp nights when the boys are having a sleepover, or whenever guests pop in that are open to adventure, with a marine-quality cotton canvas teepee that is both flame-retardant and mildew resistant.
9.5 feet high, 10 ft. wide. Pretty fun.
Find this great adventure at Magic Cabin Dolls icon. Quick Search for "teepee".
1000 words in SpanishFirst 1000 Words in Spanish
Everyday, necessary words for communication in Spanish.
What a wonderful way to teach tolerance--by teaching and embracing difference.
Also available in French, German, y ingles.
Find this book at Usborne Publishing
Book of Magic Tricks
64-pages of magic tricks and instructions. Includes magic scarf, dice, cards and "magicians thumb".
Natural Instruments
If you want to instill in a child the love of music, then by-golly, parade about the house! Add kazoos, bells, and bring those knees up when you march! Think "Music Man".
If you are ready to play, visit MagicCabin icon.

First Book of the Recorder
by P. Hawthorne.
Give the gift of music. Children will learn to play the recorder, and learn how to read musical notes.
Includes a Hohner recorder.
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There will never be peace in the world unless people see the holiness, and the magic, and the warmth and the beauty of all children.

--Shlomo Carlebach

You are braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.

-Christopher Robin to Pooh

"We do not inherit the land,
we borrow it from our children."--

Native American saying