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Think Rather of Zebra; Dealing with Aspects of Poverty Through Story

by Jay C. Stailey

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Think Rather of Zebra is a collection of short stories adapted from more than 40 classic and modern folktales, reset in an urban neighborhood. Stailey's two main characters, Pete and Carlos, tell stories and adventures from their poor neighborhood through which the reader learns about the "hidden rules" of economic class.

Each chapter relates to a section in A Framework for Understanding Poverty by Dr. Ruby Payne, along with her questions to be used for discussion.

The books is useful for understanding people from different economic classes, and builds mutual respect for the skills that arise naturally from each economic environment.

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