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Dunlap, Irenemain authorall editionsconfirmed
Hansen, Mark Victormain authorall editionsconfirmed
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 075730589X, Paperback)

Today's children live in a world filled with adventure, mental stimulation, topical issues, and personal challenges. The values they learn now, between the ages of 5 and 8, will shape the rest of their lives.

Through this collection of heartfelt true stories about family ties, helping neighbors, and lasting friendships, children will see how other kids their age have learned valuable lessons from the choices they've made--and most of all, they will realize that they are not alone in dealing with some of the difficult issues in their lives; such as the loss of a loved one, accepting and respecting others, taking responsibility for their actions, coping with fitting in, or learning to make friends.

Chicken Soup for the Child's Soul is a book that can help guide children as they explore their relationships with peers and family members, and begin to develop their own personal values. You and your children will share special times reading these real-life stories to each other, as together you explore how other children have dealt with everyday issues in healthy, positive ways. Reading Child's Soul stories together can serve as an entrance to conversations about the topics of the stories, which can create better family and classroom communication during these exciting years of growth.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:08:20 -0400)

Presents a collection of true stories that demonstrate values and life lessons for young readers, including consideration for others, responsibility, and forgiveness.

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