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Jonathan Ray and His Superhero Pack: Honesty
     

Jonathan Ray and His Superhero Pack: Honesty

by Franny Vergo
 

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About the Book
Jonathan Ray and his Superhero Pack of four kids and their pets rush off to help their classmate, Jason O'Hare, after hearing from Holly the hummingbird that Jason stole money from the hot dog stand and then lied about it to his friends at the Langston Autumn Fest. The superhero kids are surprised to hear about the theft and lie, since their

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About the Book
Jonathan Ray and his Superhero Pack of four kids and their pets rush off to help their classmate, Jason O'Hare, after hearing from Holly the hummingbird that Jason stole money from the hot dog stand and then lied about it to his friends at the Langston Autumn Fest. The superhero kids are surprised to hear about the theft and lie, since their third-grade teacher, Ms. Huckleberry, just taught a good honesty lesson in school that afternoon. The Superhero Pack reminds Jason of her lesson and the importance of always being honest.

Author Franny Vergo demonstrates to children, through her creative, rhyming story, that a real superhero is an honest person.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781481714433
Publisher:
AuthorHouse
Publication date:
02/11/2013
Pages:
44
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.11(d)

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Jonathan Ray and His Superhero Pack

Honesty
By Franny Vergo

AuthorHouse

Copyright © 2013 Franny Vergo
All right reserved.

ISBN: 978-1-4817-1443-3


Chapter One

"It's important to be honest in every situation!" third-grade teacher Ms. Huckleberry professes.

"Well, I sometimes tell a fib, like saying I'm nine years old when I'm only eight," Juan Cruz shyly confesses.

"Yeah, and once in a while I tell a white lie, like saying I'm sick when I don't want to do something!" announces Sydney Sue.

"Children," interjects Ms. H., "fibbing and telling white lies are both forms of lying, which are dishonest and wrong to do!"

She goes on, "And being honest also means speaking up when you need to. It's important to do if you care."

Ms. H. explains, "When you know something that will help solve a problem, then it's your duty to be honest and share!"

Jenny Jones then asks, "What else is considered dishonest, Ms. Huckleberry?"

"Stealing is dishonest, so don't touch other people's stuff!" interrupts her twin brother, Jerry.

"And so is cheating," adds Mir Patel, "so keep your eyes on your own test&mdashdon't look away!"

Ms. H. comments, "You're both right, and that's very good, so always be honest in every way!"

She then concludes, "School's dismissed now, children. Enjoy our town's weekend Autumn Fest!

Also, please remember to be honest at all times&mdashand strive to be your best!"

The four superhero kids from Ms. H's class head to Croak's Creek to search for toads and review the day.

Paco Pete tells his friends, "Ms. H. made some really good points in her honesty lesson, I must say!"

(Continues...)



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