From the bonds of friendship to honesty and more, the collection of stories in Cindy and Jane offers a host of lessons for young readers.
In the title story, Cindy and Jane are neighbors and good friends. They attend the same elementary school, and they both live on farms. One hot summer day, the two friends find an old brown bag poking out of the ground on the right side of the tree with lots and lots of money in it. With the help of their parents, they do the right thing.
The story “Skunky” shares a tale about four animal friends who go the extra mile to make sure they’re there for one another. “Jenny” tells about a young lady who goes above and beyond to prove to her parents and friends she’s willing to help people without receiving gratitude in return. “Jack and the Field Trip” narrates how students safely get to a museum and back.
Reflecting wholesome family values, the stories in Cindy and Jane help kids make the best choices in life.