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Snail Started It!

by Katja Reider

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This book is about forgiveness. The snail makes a smart remark to a pig and the pig blows it off at first but then starts to get his feelings hurt so he is mean to another animail and the chain begins. Finally the mean remarks make their way back to the snail. then a wave of apologize starts back till all of the animals are fine agian and friends. ( )
  krs027 | Sep 15, 2010 |
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Sticks and stones will break your bones, and names will sometimes hurt you! This charming circular story demonstrated how unkind words can damage self-esteem and kind ones restore it. It all starts when Snail calls Pig fat. "I like being big and round," Pig replies. "I'm happy just the way I am." But Snail's remarks do upset Pig, so much that when she meets Rabbit she insults him. He is turn insults Dog; Dog insults spider; Spider insults Goose; and, coming full circle, Goose insults Snail. Since Snail started it all, it's up to him to set things right, initiating a similar cycle of apologies.

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By calling Pig fat, Snail starts a chain of insults among the other animals that eventually catches up with him and convinces him that each animal is right in liking himself just the way he is.

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