Julian Lennon Presents:A Trilogy of Stories To Teach Children How to Love Our Planet.

The complete trilogy from New York Times bestselling author Julian Lennon, Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter, philanthropist, and photographer.

Jump aboard the White Feather Flier, a magical plane that can go anywhere on Earth! In this three-book set, Julian Lennon’s books immerses children into interactive and unique journeys where they will meet the White Feather Flier.

The Flier’s mission is to transport readers around the world, to engage them in helping to save the environment, and to teach one and all to love our planet. Just press a button printed on the page and use your Imagination Power to make the Flier glide through the air or transform into vehicles that will help those in need.

This set includes:

  • Touch the Earth
  • Heal the Earth
  • Love the Earth

Heal the Earth (Julian Lennon White Feather Flier Advent)

Touch the Earth (Julian Lennon White Feather Flier Advent)


Love the Earth (A Julian Lennon White Feather Flier Adve)

These inspiring, lyrical stories are rooted in Lennon’s life and work and are filled with beautiful illustrations that bring the faraway world closer to young children. The books each include a special poem written by Julian Lennon to fit each story.

A portion of the proceeds from book sales will go to support the environmental and humanitarian efforts of the White Feather Foundation, the global environmental and humanitarian organization that Lennon founded to promote education, health, conservation, and the protection of indigenous culture.

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Fun With Fossils

Summer is a great time for some informal science and archeology fun.  If you’ve ever had an opportunity to travel to an area of the country where there is sedimentary rock layers and turned over a few of the rocks, you may have found some ancient fossils imprinted on them.  If not, you can engage the kids in this “make your own fossils” activity.

Go to a sandy area near water.  The BEACH is perfect for this.  State Parks with a lake or beach area works well, too.  Gather up a few natural items such as shells, leaves, discarded crab carcasses, claws, dead bugs, sticks, bumpy stones  and the like.  Fill a bucket with water or move to an area of the sand that is already wet.  Press each object into the wet sand. Remove carefully and VOILA!  A fossil impression that’s picture worthy.  Take a few photos and try another item. You could also capture bird and animal footprints from creatures that have run along the shore line.  Try your own hand and footprints as well. 

Once you get home, and for those who want a bit more challenge, get some Playdoh Model Magic clay that will air dry. THIS time, when you press an object into the rolled out clay, you can save the fossil by letting it dry. If you poke a hole in one end with a drinking straw, it will allow you to hang each fossil for display. Paint them with water based paints and they become works of art.