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This story about a brave fire horse was inspired by true events. When the Hope Springs Fire Department acquires a new, motorized fire engine, the horses that used to pull the fire equipment are put out to pasture.
What is our responsibility in the world? To Alice Rumphius, her responsibility was to do something to make the world more beautiful. But what does that mean to her and what does it mean to you?
What makes a good day for you?
Jacqueline Woodson has created a beautiful story about the confusion of children over racial tension. One of the most touching things about this book is that it is the children who give us hope for the future.
Is your child a saver or a spender? Teaching our children to make choices with money is important because in too few years they need to manage their own money to support themselves.
This cautionary tale about conflict may be read on different levels for different ages. The factions formed over how to butter bread serve as a reminder that we can find common ground if we look for it. We can solve problems and respect differences in others.
This is a hilarious tale of deserved punishment for misbehaving students in a classroom setting. Underlying the funny situation is the important lesson about following rules and showing respect to others.
Fairy tales are great stories for helping students work out complicated moral issues in a make-believe context. The Cinderella story has a universal theme of an under-appreciated, kind, and honest child who finally gets what she deserves.