The pearl is not like any other stone. You won't find it in the ground. Pearls are made by oysters! The pearl symbolizes loyalty, faithfulness and purity.
In June, in the book An Earth Child's Book of the Year, there are two pearls hidden in the pictures. Can you find them? Hint: How is the word "pearl" used in the text?
Your birth flower is ROSE
In the book An Earth Child's Book of the Year, you'll find roses galore on the June pages! Roses are such popular flowers because they are a symbol for love, love, love. Both their beauty and their magical scent remind us to be loving and thankful for the special people in our lives.
Sometimes the sweet-scented honeysuckle flower is also considered a June birth flower. No perfume is as fragrant in spring as simple honeysuckle, climbing over a fence or covering a little hill.
May 13 to June 9 Your Celtic Tree is HAWTHORN
In an Earth Child's Book of Verse, there is a poem about wrapping ribbons around the hawthorn tree. This is an ancient custom celebrating spring when the people danced around the tree, weaving colored ribbons to create the Maypole. The hawthorn tree stands for hope, pleasure, balancing energy, and the coming of summer.
June 10 to July 7 Your Celtic Tree is OAK
You may have heard the saying 'from little acorns mighty oak trees grow."
That is because the oak tree starts small, just like children do, but grows to be very strong. Oak children have within them the acorns of great self-confidence and optimism. Because the oak is so strong and such a good symbol of confidence and hope, it is often used to represent cleansing out bad habits or upsetting thoughts and replacing them with positive ones.
In June, in An Earth Child's Book of the Year, the mighty oak tree seems almost human! How is the tree helping the children have fun?