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Ernie the Elephant and Martin Learn to Share…
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Ernie the Elephant and Martin Learn to Share

by leela hope

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Ernie and Martin are the best of friends. They always have fun with each other. Ernie is willing to share his toys to Martin but it seems he never got them back. Therefore, Ernie just gave but never got. Oneway, he asked his friend'' Can I borrow your action figure and I will return it back this weekend. However, Martin refused and Ernie cried and felt upset. Martin realized he was wrong and he decided to be a good little mouse. He came to find Ernie and they become good friends as usual.
It is a good chapter for kids to read and it is a fantasy fiction book as well. Because all the animals are able to talk. Folktales: Stories from the oral tradition had their beginnings around hearthside and campfire. These tales were almost always fantastic in nature, involving magic or talking animals.
To teachers, it is a good book which they can use it to teach students about behavior and friendship;
To children, it is a good book for them to realize the important of sharing. ( )
  JCHEN16 | Apr 10, 2017 |
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