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ABOUT THE BOOKS
The Aashka Adventure books are enriching, faith-based, stories for early readers and listeners. The books explore solutions to some of today’s most challenging issues using the antics of sled dogs who endear audiences in a special inviting way.
The inspirational and motivational stories are further enhanced when parents/educators choose to use the Aashka Adventure Companion Study to lead discussions and delve deeper into the stories scriptural foundation.
Aashka: The Littlest Sled Dog
You are somebody special. Do the best you can with what you’ve been given and feel empowered.
Aashka: The Great Misadventure
Avoid temptation. Make good
decisions and you can be a star,
and your light will lead the way
Aashka: The Lone Wolf
Love is power. Don’t be a bully.
Your purpose it to love – you will
be a hero as you give others a
true sense of belonging.
Aashka: The Midnight Run
There is a great value and
strength for success found in
teamwork. Lend a helping hand
and feel profoundly satisfied.
Aashka: The Storm Cloud
You can find comfort and peace
through the storms of life –
Aashka: The Drought
Always work hard to establish a firm foundation. Stack the odds in your favor by being prepared.
Aashka: The Classroom Visit
Seek after wisdom. Stay in focus and never stop learning. No one ever knows it all.
Church School Supplement
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Enriching stories using the antics of sled dogs to explore solutions to challenging issues of today.
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Suggested discussion topics that align with each book are:
Aashka: The Littlest Sled Dog – identity issues; poor self-esteem; stereotyping; feelings of unworthiness; gratitude
Aashka: The Great Misadventure – self-control; courage to defeat temptation; integrity; practicing adherence to moral values
Aashka: The Lone Wolf – bullying; loneliness; isolation; displacement; abuse; gangs; sibling rivalry; humility
Aashka: The Midnight Run – building strong relationships; actualizing dreams; helping others; rising above adversity; unity
Aashka: The Storm Cloud – depression; dealing with loss and grief; faith; friendship
Aashka: The Drought – laziness; feelings of entitlement; lack of work ethic; saving for the future; preparing for eternity; helping lead others to Christ
Aashka: The Classroom Visit – distraction to being taught; the need for instant gratification; patience in learning; developing good study habits by focusing and using personal discipline