The Shady Pines Way
Leading with Kindness
As a woman of color, Shady Pines’ Rita Mallena talks about the historic pick of Senator Kamala Harris to be Joe Biden’s running mate to be Vice President.
Shady Pines is recovering after the storm Isaias hit. Reporter Zulah Talmadge bring us the latest on efforts to help those in need,
Batten Down the Hatches Shady Pines there’s a hurricane heading your way. Edna’s Guide to being prepared included.
What are you gonna do? If you're raising children, you have a really tough decision to make. Should you send your kids back to school next month? Hi everyone, I'm Scoop the Cub Reporter here in The Shady Pines Gazette news office. That's the big question we're hearing...
Can Shady Pines Elementary open safely, or not? That’s the question. Keeping everyone safe is the problem. Here’s Zulah Talmadge’s report.
Come with us as we go behind the scenes to learn how Shady Pines became a small Southern town. We start on a horse farm with quite a collection of characters.
Safety First on the Fourth of July in Shady Pines Story Town. That includes fireworks. See what’s in store this Independence Day
It’s doggone hot in Shady Pines Story Town and Edna Sanders has an idea for some summertime fun for the whole family which includes a dog and a cat. Will it work out? With Boomer and Halley, what could go wrong?
This father’s day we celebrate the famous father of Shady Pines Story Town, Harold Sanders. Plus some DIY presents for kids to make.
The woman behind Father’s Day was inspired by her own single dad who raised six kids on his own. Their story from Shady Pines Story Town.
Fun Facts About Shady Pines
Shady Pines Story Town is a delightful family destination where characters love to tell stories. But, how much do you really know about this place? We’ve got some fun fact to share.
Boomer and Halley Books
Each Boomer and Halley book has 4 life lessons embedded in the story line and highlighted on the page with a PAW mark. Using the perforated bookmark with prompting questions you can find out if your young reader (4-8 years old) understands concepts like: Sportsmanship, Honesty, Manners, Respecting Property, Tolerance, Kindness, and so on.