Short, tall, brown hair, red hair—we all look different in one way or another. Early in life, infants quickly learn to recognize their parents by looking at their faces and hearing their voices. Our differences, both inside and outside, are what make us unique. However, sometimes the differences between us become not only a symbol of our originality but also a misguided opportunity for teasing or ridicule. Adventures at Walnut Grove, by Dana Lehman and Judy Lehman, provides parents and educators a wonderful opportunity to approach the delicate subject of teasing.
Dana Lehman’s series of books based on Walnut Grove can be found on Amazon and her website. Please check out the other exciting stories that take place in Walnut Grove.
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The artwork for the Snabbit and Butterdog were generously created by Ali from Florida.
Time to complete: 30-45 minutes
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GIVEAWAY UPDATE 10-8-2013:
Congrats to the winners of the book and Amazon gift card: Amy, April, and William.
I will post the final winner's name when I receive confirmation from that winner.
Thank you to all of the entrants to this giveaway.