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It's a Gift! By Gabriela Keselman Nora Hilb,

  • Title: It's a Gift!
  • Author: Gabriela Keselman Nora Hilb
  • ISBN: 9788415784920
  • Page: 220
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Everyone who lives around Duckling s pool is in a tizzy Beaver hasn t put on his hat, and now the sun s burning his head Squirrel has lost her nuts, and now she s hungry and Bear has knocked over his jar of water, and now he s thirsty So it s just as well that Duckling s around, ready to help out the rest of the animals with his gifts It s a Gift is a tender tale abouEveryone who lives around Duckling s pool is in a tizzy Beaver hasn t put on his hat, and now the sun s burning his head Squirrel has lost her nuts, and now she s hungry and Bear has knocked over his jar of water, and now he s thirsty So it s just as well that Duckling s around, ready to help out the rest of the animals with his gifts It s a Gift is a tender tale about the solidarity and generosity that s so necessary in modern life This moving story will encourage the youngest members of the family to share without expecting anything in return.Lexile Level 470LGuided Reading Level K
    It s a Gift Everyone who lives around Duckling s pool is in a tizzy Beaver hasn t put on his hat and now the sun s burning his head Squirrel has lost her nuts and now she s hungry and Bear has knocked over his

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    1. Many folks expect some sort of return for acts of kindness, but sometimes kindness is its own reward In the case of Little Duck, his big heart prompts him to help his other animal friends when Beaver needs a hat, Squirrel needs something to eat, and Bear is thirsty He even plucks a feather so Mouse can write a poem He generously offers whatever each one needs as a gift When Little Duck himself feels sad and has nothing, his friends come to the rescue This sunny take on generosity and thinking of [...]

    2. This is a lovely story that teaches children to think of others Duck shares what he has even when it means his enjoyment is impacted It s an interesting concept that he shares to the point where he is left with absolutely nothing I didn t get why Duck couldn t just share some of what he had or let the friend borrow something instead of giving it up entirely.It s still a nice story with a sweet message that is made even meaningful by the delightful illustrations by Nora Hilb.

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