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Janeen K. Grohsmeyer, adapted from the story, “Circles of Light: The Flaming Chalice." In the dark nights and the darker days of World War II, guns

By Janeen K. Grohsmeyer, in her book A Lamp in Every Corner: Our Unitarian Universalist Storybook (Boston: Unitarian Universalist Association,

A Cup of Light: All About the Flaming Chalice by Pamela Baxter. The flaming chalice is the symbol of Unitarian Universalism. Where did the symbol originate? Why did Unitarian Universalists adopt it as the emblem of their faith? A Cup of Light looks at the separate symbols of fire and cup, and at their significance when combined as the flaming chalice. Written for young children, the simple, direct language helps bring meaning to this rich symbol.

A Cup of Light: All About the Flaming Chalice by Pamela Baxter. The flaming chalice is the symbol of Unitarian Universalism. Where did the symbol originate? I really like this book, the language and the approach.

Helps children understand the seven Principles and how to live out these values every day. The Principles are cast in terms a child can understand, such as "Everybody is important" instead of "the inherent worth and dignity of every person." With attention to the spiritual needs of young children, Dant relates each Principle to the context of their lives, from playing with friends to helping care for pets. Paperback release: March 9, 2011; $6.00.

Everybody Is Important - A Kids' Guide to Our Seven Principles (UU book that I may want to order)

cool CHILDRENS MUSIC - Album - $8.99 -  Family Valuues

Chalica day Family Valuues: songs from our UU hymnals sung by the Orange Coast UU family choir. Easy way to learn songs from our hymnals as a family.and then sing to someone who needs a smile.

Tending the Flame: The Art of Unitarian Universalist Parenting by Michelle Richards,http://www.amazon.com/dp/1558965637/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_TzoJsb09BJTGKW7Z

Tending the Flame: The Art of Unitarian Universalist Parenting eBook: Michelle Richards: Kindle Store

Stories grouped by UU Principle

Yertle discussion prompts: Lesson: Everyone is important. Don’t do things for just one person and let others get used or hurt. Be kind and listen to others. Secondary lesson: Be happy with what you’ve got.

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