Except for minor editorial changes, the stories and poems remain essentially as the children wrote them. Noelle, age 7; Judy, age 9; Dale, age 12; and Stirling, age 14, were the writers.
The book is a “read-together” book for adult and child, and includes a special “Adult’s Corner” at the back.
Learning and personal growth often take place when opportunity is provided for peer identification of problems and problem solutions. The presentation of children’s own personal experiences, feelings, and concerns often has a better chance of influencing other children’s behavior than adult rules and regulations,