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Foster Learns A Law by W. W. Rowe
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Foster Learns A Law

by W. W. Rowe

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Foster is a real whizz kid. He's very good at maths and he's very inquisitive, he has always a lot of questions for his parents.
But very often, his parents' answers involve a Mr. Nobody. "How many stars are there in the sky?" "Nobody knows."
"Can we go up and count the stars?" "Nobody can do that."
Foster thinks this Mr. Nobody must be very smart and one night he dreams of finally meeting him. Mr. Nobody is very patient and answers all his questions and then he has one for Foster. Has he ever heard of the Law of Levity?
Any time you help someone, any time you're funny or helpful or kind, you raise someones spirit and lighten their load, their pull on gravity.
Foster likes the Law of Levity a lot. When he wakes up the next morning, his mother isn't feeling very well.
Has he understood the Law of Levitiy? What well he do?

Foster Learns a Law is a unique idea to encourage children to be kind and helpful to others, by living after the Law of Levity. The cheerful, comic-style illustrations enhance the story beautifully. It's a book which children will enjoy to read and parents will love to share with their young ones.
The book is aimed at ages 6 and over, but honestly, the Law of Levity is very useful for all of us, no matter what age we are. ( )
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What else can a young genius learn? A magic law of laughter! A law of helping and healing.

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