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From 3 years old, 1 book-disc

Lullabies for small night owls "Listen to the sounds in the evening - in the evening, they are weird - Lady night took us the colors, except the gray." Nice no? Sweet voice, wind blowing and owl that hula, flute and guitar ... it's all the world of Gibus that you find in these 7 nursery rhymes. What help your little night owl to love life, the night too ... By Gibus, ed. Didier jeunesse, 12,50 € Where to find it? Agnes Barboux

Lullabies for small night owls
"Listen to the sounds in the evening - in the evening, they are weird - Lady night took the colors, except the gray." Nice no? Sweet voice, wind blowing and owl that hula, flute and guitar ... it's all the world of Gibus that you find in these 7 nursery rhymes. What help your little night owl to love life, the night too ...
By Gibus, ed. Didier youth, 12.50 €.
Where to find it?

Agnes Barboux

Poor teaching results Question:

- I have a boy of 10 years. I am divorced for 2 years after an 8 year marriage with a violent husband. I live now in Bucharest with my little boy, but he has very poor results at school. I went with him to a psychologist and he was also given an intelligence test, after which he was told that he got 96 points, that is, an average to a weak intelligence, but that in the present situation, the result is not relevant. I would like to know what I could do, since I started daily lessons with him, I encourage him, I try to motivate him ... and yet ... results do not have much. I mention that I was also specified by the psychologist that the boy is very afraid of his teacher and I was even recommended the system of education Aldorf. I wish I could change this situation and I would like your advice to optimize the school results or even the mental state of my child.


First of all, I notice that you are concerned about your son's evolution and try to help him improve his school performance. It is very good, because your support is very useful and emotionally.
If we make a simple calculation, it appears from your account that the divorce happened when the child was 8 years old. I suppose at least a year before the couple's relationship was already unbearable since it led you to the separation decision.
I conclude that just when your boy was at the beginning of school, the family situation was extremely tense. As you know, adults involved in a divorce are very emotionally affected, but children are traumatized, especially as they often do not quite understand what is happening to them.
So, right at the beginning of schooling - which represents for every child a big change in his life and requires a more adaptive effort, your boy has gone through a period of emotional convulsions. Instead of focusing on the new school life - quite demanding otherwise, he was totally emotionally disturbed because of the family imbalance (you specified that the husband was violent).
Probably at that time he had no special results at school, the teacher was not supportive and from that moment any failure demobilized him. This is how he no longer trusts himself and fears that anyone who tries will fail. From here, it was just a step up from the fear of teachers and probably even of school. Perhaps already every day of school is a burden to him, which produces a bad mental state. I think that's why you also mention the desire to improve his mental state.
Based on the little information you gave me, I tried to understand the complex situation in which your son is, and the biggest problem he faces is the lack of self-confidence and low self-esteem. To be able to help you, I should know a lot more about family history, about your relationship with your son, about his behavior at school and at home. In order to obtain results, all this specific information must be taken into account.
However, here are some tips:
· Remember that the past cannot be changed. Blaming yourself for what you did or didn't do is a waste of time.
· Try to accept yourself first. Do not feel guilty towards the child (ex: maybe because you did not get divorced earlier), because this will negatively affect your behavior. Give your child a good role model and focus on how you can help him or her at present.
· Always encourage him, challenge him to try until he succeeds.
· Your criticisms will be easier to accept if you start the comments with a remark about a positive behavior you have observed in your boy.
· Show him that you observe his efforts, and all the positive behaviors.
· Try to communicate differently than before. Ask him what he feels when he goes to school, when he goes out to school, when he has a job. Find out what he likes at school, what friends have to play, what he does during breaks.
Also use humor to make him lessen his fear of a teacher, a school or a failure. Do not dramatize the situation in which you are, you can relax a little atmosphere with a joke or an optimistic remark.
I should continue with countless tips, but it does not allow me neither space nor time. I recommend a psychological consultation. It is much more efficient from the perspective of the two criteria above, but especially from the point of view of the results.
Good luck!
Diana Paula Stoian,
Specialist in Child Psychology

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"Happy Feet" dances for Antarctica

The story of the penguin who melts with fire, but cannot sing is just one of the ingredients of the animated movie "Happy Feet - Mumble the Hottest Dancer", featuring the voices of Nicole Kidman, Elijah Wood, Brittany Murphy and Robin Williams.

The story of the penguin who melts with fire, but cannot sing is just one of the ingredients of the animated movie "Happy Feet - Mumble the Hottest Dancer", featuring the voices of Nicole Kidman, Elijah Wood, Brittany Murphy and Robin Williams.
In fact, Mumble talks about his frozen world, where the imperial penguins live. At first glance, a world like any other, which director and screenwriter George Miller pulled from the music box to entertain adult viewers and delight children. The fun is not lacking, and even Ramon (Robin Williams), the dwarf penguin with his three friends, who no longer separate from Mumble, serve their jokes in the waterfall.

Miller makes a hired film, and his penguins are not completely humanized, as Hollywood viewers used to. "Happy Feet" can go, through animation, where documentaries can not penetrate.
With an implicit message, and not an explicit message, the film follows the thread of Mumble's story (Elijah Wood). He was born with a disability: he has no voice. In fact, all imperial penguins have their distinct "trait", becoming the "song of the heart" on the screen. The director impressed "how they survive at the end of the world, squeezing each other to keep warm, singing to find their partner." So he brought Mumble, who can only dance, when he feels happy.
Different from the others, eventually excluded because the old penguins believe that he has broken the order of the world and that has produced hunger, the hero reaches a unique solution, as he used to from childhood. He goes to the "aliens", whom he had heard from a bird, to see what happens.
Arriving in Antarctica in its wake, people see that all the penguins have begun to dance and somehow understand their message. Because the movie is still an animated story and it must, not so, have a happy ending.
(Catherine George)
Read the whole article in: Evenimentul Zilei
December 22, 2006


Dorothy (Judy Garland) is a young girl who lives with her aunt and uncle on a farm in Kansas. A nasty neighbour, Miss Gulch (Margaret Hamilton), threatens to have Dorothy's dog Toto killed because he bit her. This upsets Dorothy so much that she decides to run away with Toto. On her way she meets Professor Marvel (Frank Morgan), who convinces her to return home to her aunt, who is very worried about her. As Dorothy gets near home, a tornado approaches. Dorothy just manages to get indoors but is knocked out by flying debris.

Dorothy is taken up to the sky inside her home and arrives at the magical land of Oz. There she meets Glinda the good witch (Billie Burke). Glinda tells Dorothy to travel to Emerald City to find the Wizard of Oz, who will help her find the way home. Glinda gives Dorothy a pair of magic ruby slippers to protect her from the Wicked Witch of the West. Dorothy sets off down the yellow brick road to find the Wizard. Along the way she meets a scarecrow who doesn't have a brain, a tin man who doesn't have a heart and a lion who doesn't have any courage. The four of them go to find the Wizard, but along the way they discover that they already have what they're looking for.


Separation from family


This movie has some violence. For example:

  • The Wicked Witch of the West threatens to kill Dorothy.
  • The Wicked Witch throws fire at the scarecrow who is made of straw.
  • The Wicked Witch tries to poison Dorothy and her friends by filling a field with poppies. This makes Dorothy, Toto and the lion fall asleep.
  • The Wicked Witch's army of lying monkeys attacks Dorothy and carries her to the Witch's castle, where she is imprisoned.
  • The Wicked Witch again threatens to kill Dorothy and leaves her with an hourglass that shows how much time Dorothy has left.
  • Toto escapes, and the monkeys throw spears at him.
  • There is a battle between the monkeys and the scarecrow, tin man and lion.

Content that may disturb children

Under 8

In addition to the violent scenes mentioned above, this movie has some scenes that could scare or disturb children under eight years. For example:

  • Dorothy has to avoid falling trees and flying debris in the tornado.
  • Dorothy's house is caught up in the tornado and flies up into the sky. Dorothy is very scared and screaming.
  • The Munchkins are singing midgets who look odd and have very high-pitched voices.
  • The Wicked Witch of the West is very scary. She is green, ugly and very mean. She cackles and threatens to kill Dorothy.
  • The trees in the forest have faces and talk.
  • The forest is dark and creepy with screeching owls. Dorothy is afraid of meeting wild animals.
  • The lion is quite scary at first.
  • Dorothy is scared and cries when she's locked in the castle.
  • At first, the Wizard of Oz appears as a scary face projected on a wall behind flames. He has a loud booming voice.
  • Dorothy throws water on the scarecrow. The water also lands on the Wicked Witch and melts her. She dissolves into a puddle.

From 8-13

This movie should be OK for this age group.

Over 13

This movie should be OK for this age group.

Sexual references

None of concern

Alcohol, drugs and other substances

None of concern

Nudity and sexual activity

None of concern

Product placement

None of concern

Coarse language

This movie has some mild name-calling.

Ideas to discuss with your children

The Wizard of Oz is a musical adventure that will appeal to older children. Some of the content is quite scary and likely to frighten young children.

The main messages from this movie are to face your fears, overcome challenges and understand that what you seek is often already inside you.

Values in this movie that you could reinforce with your children include courage, friendship, loyalty, selflessness and self-development.

This movie could also give you the chance to talk with your children about real-life issues such as how the Wicked Witch is mean and cruel and consequently has no friends. Her flying monkeys are glad when she dies.

Feel the holiday of winter holidays

The Christmas holiday starts early in the Fair.

Between December 5 and 23, the commercial gallery welcomes its customers with a lot of surprises in the campaign "Holiday Fair, Shopping Fair".
Around the days of Santa Nicolae and Santa Claus the children will receive gifts and will have fun with happy spirits and many other story characters.
Schedule of shows from the commercial gallery Feeria

  • December 5-7
  • - Santa Nicolae is waiting for the children to prepare their socks and play with the glittering gloves.
  • December 13-14
  • - "The party of the firs". All Feeria customers are invited to decorate the fir tree in the commercial gallery area.
  • December 20-21
  • - Christmas carols.
  • December 22-23
  • - Meeting with Santa. Children are expected to tell Santa how well they were during the year.
    In addition, your gifts will be packed free at the Fair, and on the shelves you will find plenty of special offers and promotions.