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review 2016-11-11 23:09
Give a helping hand
Jack and Rick (Green Light Readers Level 1) by David McPhail (2003-07-01) - David McPhail

The story of Jack and Rick is all about helping each other. Jack and Rick worked together to get across the river. My class would work together with a friend in this game. I would partner the students up and ask the students to stand side by side with your friend/partner. I would go around and tie one of the students legs to the other student. I would then ask the class to try walking or hopping together. We would then discuss what happened. I would also talk about what they learning about working together?

 

Intended/Audience/Grade Level: 1st Grade.

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review 2016-05-16 20:20
The Golden Rule by Sherrill S Cannon
The Golden Rule by Sherrill S. Cannon (2016-02-03) - Sherrill S. Cannon

.I really enjoyed this children's book on the golden rule. I've received this free from the author through Linda Warren Clarke, in return for an honest review. I've given it a 5* rating. I especially liked how the lines rhymed and the important message it gives. The art work is cute too. I'll enjoy sharing this with my grandchildren.

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review 2013-04-27 00:00
The Berenstain Bears and the Golden Rule - Stan Berenstain,Jan Berenstain,Mike Berenstain ★★★★★The Berenstain Bears and the Golden Rule by Stan and Jan Berenstain
This book teaches children the Golden Rule. When Sister receives a gold locket with the inscription, "Do to others as you would have them do to you," she wants to know what it means. And she learns to be nice to the new girl cub even if her friends don't.
This is a great book that teaches kids, it may not always be easy, but if you would not want to be treated a certain way, don't treat others like that. All children should learn this rule. We might want to pass it on to some grownups as well.
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review 2012-05-31 00:00
Confucius
Confucius: The Golden Rule - Russell Freedman,Frédéric Clément,Frederic Clement

Saving for later - longer and more involved than I wanted at this time.

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review 2012-03-01 00:00
Lionel and the Golden Rule (Lionel's Grand Adventure)
Lionel and the Golden Rule (Lionel's Grand Adventure) - Paul R. Hewlett Lionel's Grand Adventure is a beginning chapter book for ages 7-10. It has been a long time since I last read something like this and it was quite a pleasant change. Also, this is the first time that I am reviewing a book meant for children. Thanks to the Author, for trusting me with his gem of a book.

The story begins when Lionel moves to Penobscot, Massachusetts along with his family. He is left to his own devices and so he decides to explore around his new room while “pushing his glasses back up the whole time.” That’s when he finds the foot of ‘Three-Toed -Potbellied Walbaun’. Curious about his discovery, he finds out more about the Three-Toed -Potbellied Walbaun foot from an unlikely source - the town eccentric, Mr. Jardean. Once convinced that he really had something magical, Lionel decides to try out its power and thus begins his great adventure…

It’s a charming story that is bound to capture the little hearts! (& some not so little ones - like mine!) The names that the author has come up with are also going to catch the attention of the kids who love the unique names or love to play with words. Best of all, it also teaches a lesson in guise of a story! My only regret is that I got an e-copy instead of a physical copy – I would love to see the accompanying pictures that are bound to make this book even more interesting for the kids.

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