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The Trouble with Cowbirds
     

The Trouble with Cowbirds

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by Kerry Johnson
 
Written in the tradition of an Aesop Fable, Kerry Johnson's story will amuse as it introduces children to the primary concepts of our democratic system. But even more importantly, "The Trouble with Cowbirds" will challenge your young one to begin to consider the duties and responsibilities of being a good citizen, a good neighbor, and (someday) a good parent. This

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Written in the tradition of an Aesop Fable, Kerry Johnson's story will amuse as it introduces children to the primary concepts of our democratic system. But even more importantly, "The Trouble with Cowbirds" will challenge your young one to begin to consider the duties and responsibilities of being a good citizen, a good neighbor, and (someday) a good parent. This powerful little parable will reinforce the "self-evident" truths critical to self-governance in a free society.

Delightfully illustrated, discover what IS the trouble with cowbirds.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940148302377
Publisher:
Harpazo Publishing, Inc.
Publication date:
01/30/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
5 MB
Age Range:
6 - 8 Years

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The Trouble with Cowbirds 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Those who are more concerned with political correctness than truth will most likely have a knee-jerk reaction to this book. They'll label it as "anti-adoption" or as "uncaring".  That would really be a shame.  This book is a brilliant, truly loving story clarifying the vitally important message that charity should be a voluntary, beautiful gift from the heart. If you take an intellectually honest look at our current system, its obvious that it exploits the goodness of charitable people, forcing them to take ever increasing responsibility for everyone else's "chicks" at the expense of their own. It made perfect sense to my son.   If you enjoyed Hillary Clinton's book "It Takes a Village", you'll probably hate this one.