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Adventures from the Book of Virtues: Generosity [VHS]

by William J. Bennett

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0780617959, VHS Tape)

When Zach and Annie decide to deliver food to a homeless shelter, they get caught up in planning their rewards. Plato helps them discover the true spirit of giving in "Rocking Horse Land" - about a boy who learns the value of bringing joy to another; "Old Mr Rabbit's Thanksgiving Dinner" - where a rabbit's bounty gives wonderful meaning to the holiday; the "Gift of the Magi" - in which a couple's sacrificial gifts reflect their love; and the purpose of a day well spent, in the poem "Count That Day Lost."

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When Zach and Annie decide to deliver food to a homeless shelter, they get caught up in planning their rewards. Plato helps them discover the true spirit of giving.

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