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Books to Widen Children’s Creativity

Is your child a dreamer? Are you? People who we call dreamers have big imaginations. A friend of mine says she’s never been bored a minute in her life because there’s so much going on in her head. Her capacity to think up new ideas has led her to contribute meaningful, original work to the world.

All You Can Books offers a collection of E-books and Audiobooks for Children and to boost their creativity.

  • The Tale of the Peter Rabbit
The Tale of Peter Rabbit | Beatrix Potter

The Tale of Peter Rabbit is a children’s book written and illustrated by Beatrix Potter that follows mischievous and disobedient young Peter Rabbit as he is chased about the garden of Mr. McGregor. He escapes and returns home to his mother who puts him to bed after dosing him with Camomile tea. Fun Fact, The tale was written for five-year-old Noel Moore, son of Potter’s former governess Annie Carter Moore.

  • One Tooth Tim and Pirate Jim
One Tooth Tim and Pirate Jim | Peter Doerfler

You’ve heard of a pirate with only one eye or a pirate with only one leg. But how about a pirate who has only one tooth, because he spends all of his gold on candy? Such a pirate is One Tooth Tim, first mate and best friend to Pirate Jim. Join them as they untangle the surprising schemes of the Backward Man, the Pirate Princess of Kendor, and Randolph Macon. In a fast-moving finale that has more twists than One Tooth Tim’s beloved cinnamon sticks, our hero must test the limits of his courage to save the one thing that matters most to him.

  • The Book Of Dragons
The Book of Dragons | E. Nesbit

A dragon who flies out of a magical book; one whose purr quiets a fussy baby; another who eats an entire pack of tame hunting-hippopotamuses: These eight dragon tales are filled with the imaginative wit of children’s author Edith Nesbit.

  • Tale From The Clock Tower
Tales From the Clock Tower | F. J. Beerling

Tales from the Clock Tower” is a children’s story based on the history of Herne Bay Clock Tower, which is the oldest known free-standing clock tower in the world. The purpose of the book is to give some basic facts about the clock tower, presented in an entertaining way by fictional characters that will engage children, and hopefully, stimulate their imaginations and interest in the clock tower.

  • A Country Ramble
A Country Ramble | F. J. Beerling

Poor Billy got trampled outside the Town Hall when buying hot pies from the hot pie stall but a country ramble in the afternoon sun soon turned into laughter with burping fun until the friends strayed off the beaten track and were lost in the dark with no way back. So Billy came to their rescue and saved the day with his trail of cake crumbs that led the way. They were scattered all over the woodland floor and went all the way back to the Town Hall door

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Know the World: Spain

All You Can Books: Travel Series

We have traveled some parts of the Globe together. This time we have set sail to the land of beautiful Beaches.

Let’s grab a beer, rest ourselves on a hammock in shade and leave our COVID worries aside and enjoy the beautiful views of Spain.

Top 10 Interesting Facts about Spain

Spain does not have tooth fairy

One of the most interesting facts about Spain is that Spaniards don’t use the character of the tooth fairy. Instead, they have someone known as Ratoncito Perez that takes children’s lost teeth and gives them gifts in return.

Nudity is Legal in Spain

One of the fun facts about Spain is that while you don’t necessarily see people walking around without clothes all the time, it is technically legal to go nude in Spain.

With the weather being very hot and dry in the summer, it is certainly appealing to be able to walk around with as little clothing as possible. It would take someone truly uninhibited to enjoy going completely nude but it is interesting to know that there is no law against it.

Spain did not take sides in the World Wars

Spain was neutral in WWI and WWII but suffered a civil war (1936-1939) which killed over 500,000 people. The victorious General Francisco Franco ruled as a brutal dictator until his death in 1975. After his defeat, Spain began to transform itself into an industrial, modern, and democratic European nation that it is today.

Wind has power in Spain

The next fun fact about Spain is that this country is an early adopter of wind-based power technology. They built many wind turbines years ago and have made excellent use of this power source ever since. The numbers revealed in 2013 Spain received one-fifth of its power from wind-based sources. This actually makes wind energy the majority of its energy source.

Real Madrid, the Spanish football club is the most valuable sports team in the world.

Coronavirus: With no cases reported, Real Madrid players resume ...

They boast annual revenues of $650m and brand value of $3.3 billion, hence making them the most valuable soccer team in the world. Bitter rivals Barcelona rank third on this list with a value of $2.6 billion.

Spanish love as well as run from Bulls

 Twelve animals took part in this morning's gruesome event

Bullfighting has been a popular sport in Spain for thousands of years called Corridas, bullfights are considered either a contest of art and skill or a cruel sport. The culture surrounding bulls doesn’t stop there. The running of the bulls is also a famous Spanish event. Bulls are let loose on a course in cordoned-off streets of the town, and people run ahead of them.

Spain is still under the control of a King

King Felipe VI of Spain to forgo his father's inheritance | The ...

There are not that many monarchy systems of government in major countries of the world these days. Spain is a constitutional monarchy, though. Their current ruler is King Felipe VI and he came to power in 2014.

In practice, the country isn’t run all that differently from the other countries in the European Union.

It is Illegal to drive in Flip Flops

Driving in flip flops can land you with a fine, penalty points and ...

Driving while wearing flip flops is considered ill-advised when driving in Spain, supposedly because flip flops could get stuck under the pedal, therefore, causing you to lose concentration or even provoke the direct loss of control of the vehicle.

Ole Ole

Football fan risked angering Liverpool fans with his attire in ...

 The famous “ole-ole” enthusiastic soccer fans also come from Spain. There is a historical theory of the origin of this cheer; historians believe that the expression “ole” is parallel to “Allah”, which appeared in the Spanish territories throughout the Muslim movement of the 8th century.

Spain has very few Tax Inspectors

Getting Money In Spain - Madrid Traveller

According to official figures, in Spain, there’s one tax inspector for every 1,928 taxpayers. For comparison, over the border in France, there’s one inspector for every 729 residents. This may explain why the Spanish tax authorities estimate a quarter of Spain’s GDP comes from the black market.

You can revisit our Destinations at Germany, Japan, France and Canada and know more interesting facts about these country.

If you ever feel like visiting Spain and want to brush up your Spanish, All You Can Books offers interesting and easy to learn language courses.

Until next time…when we meet on the other side of the Globe.

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