Lee Ann Mancini


God's Gift
In God's Gift, Christian and his sister Mary believe they get more presents at Christmas. However, Jacob and Jeremiah believe they get more presents on Hanukkah. The children learn that Christmas and Hanukkah are about celebrating the gift God has given to His children. It's about God's provision for those He loves. God give the gift of the Messiah to the Christians and the gift of Light to the Jews. The true gift from God is learned in this colorful holiday story!

A Servant Like Jesus
Charlie is a shy kid who hides behind the cleanup sink at school. However, after his teacher asks him to be her help; he springs into action when the fire coral stings his friend Bernie. Charlie goes to bed a little bit early because he wants to make sure he gets a goodnight's sleep. He wants to be a good helper for Miss Stella. He had decided that it was way more fun to be a helper than to hide behind a sink! Before he falls asleep, Charlie prays, "Dear Jesus, thank you for my great first day of school, and thank you for my mommy and daddy, all my new friends and for Miss Stella. Help me to always help others. Amen." Charlie learns he can overcome his shyness and be a servant like Jesus.

I'm Not Afraid!
Susie and her friend go to the Undersea Amusement Park. Susie makes many excuses not to ride the Whale-BackRoller Coaster. After speaking with her mommy and saying a prayer to Jesus, she rides the ride and her fear turns into faith! She learns that praying to Jesus during difficult times and having faith is all she needs to overcome her fears.

Fast Freddy
Fast Freddy overcomes the ridicule of being different. He joins the swim team, and the kids learn he is a great kid. Freddy wins the championship for the first time, overcoming Marcus, a formidable threat. He says a prayer of thanks to Jesus for being different and for his new friends. Freddy and his friends learn about compassion, acceptance, and loving others in spite of their differences.

What a Bragger!
Melissa is trying to win friends by bragging. She learns the sea kids love her for who she is and not what she has.Tears of sadness turn into tears of joy at her surprise birthday party. Melissa and her friends learn about compassion, acceptance, and loving others in spite of their differences. Melissa says a prayer of thanks to Jesus for the things that matter most.

Adventures of the Sea Kids - Teaching children to build a strong foundation in Christ. Overcoming various issues such as bullying, shyness, bragging, being different, and so much more. The series as won an astounding 22 awards!