The Shady Pines Way
Current Events & Kindness for Kids
Shady Pines Mayor Beauregard Fibbs takes a look at Leadership and the kindness factor and how even kids can be the kind of leader that other would follow.
Shady Pines pays tribute to Ruth Bader Ginsberg. The Supreme Court Justice and tireless fighter for human rights has died.
Don’t tell your dog, but September is Happy Cat Month and that means Boomer and Halley are dealing with some real sibling rivalry!
Shady Pines is celebrating Patriot Day 9-11 and making sure children today understand the importance of that fateful day in American history.
What is Labor Day? It's Labor Day weekend in Shady Pines Story Town. But, the question is, why do we celebrate the first Monday in September as Labor Day? I'm Zulah Talmadge in the Shady Pines Gazette office and that's the question we're going to answer for you. ...
For the First time in three years the Full Corn Moon will be seen over Shady Pines Story Town and you can see it, too. Scoop, the Cub Reporter tells you how.
Kentucky Derby fever is spreading in Shady Pines and Edna Sanders explains what all the excitement is about.
Get some healthy and creatives ideas from a local expert in Shady Pines as she helps parents who are packing school lunches for those going to school and those learning from home.
Kim Dunworthy, Shady Pines’ postal worker, wants to help the US Post Office out of the financial problems its facing and she needs your help!
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.
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.