Living in The World of Shapes: Connecting through Civility

Living in The World of Shapes: Connecting through Civility

by Martha J Rogers, Andy Szabo

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Overview

What is the most valuable thing in this world? What makes Life in this world Fun! Interesting! Exciting! Together with these little champs let’s go visit The World of Shapes.

This is a unique place, where you will find the country of Triangle filled with green apple A’s, and the country of Square filled with beautiful blue B’s. You will see the country of Circle filled with cherry red C’s, and the country of Rectangle filled with dark brown D’s. All is calm and all is great…until one morning, a beautiful blue B wakes up and sees how boring it is to be all alike. Together, A, B, C and D discover the joys of connecting in life and valuing their differences.

You just might be surprised what you find there. I hope you will find something very important about YOU. And how YOU can be a Civility Champion too!

This is a story for children of all ages which illustrates just what civility is--treating others with respect and kindness.  Just as each letter of the alphabet is needed and important in the world of communication, every person has a valuable gift to offer in this world.  So instead of being critical or afraid of differences with others, we can choose to value our differences.  By sharing our knowledge and personalities, our gifts and talents, we can work together more effectively.  We can have more fun together.  We will create a more complete and beautiful picture of Life together.  That's how we make this world a better place!

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781733684026
Publisher: Champions of Civility
Publication date: 10/20/2019
Series: Young Civility Champions Series , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 30
File size: 7 MB
Age Range: 5 - 10 Years

About the Author

Martha Rogers grew up in Fort Worth, Texas. She spent six months of her junior year studying French in Paris, France. During that time, she enjoyed traveling to other European countries. She acquired an appreciation for the beauty and uniqueness of each city and each country, and the people who make each place so interesting. Martha acquired a bachelor's degree in French from Stephen F Austin State University. There she also met her wonderful husband and best friend, Gary D Rogers. Martha is fascinated with languages and words in general; the power that words carry...to communicate joy or sadness...to destroy or to give Life. She loved to read to her three children as they were growing up; to explore, to travel, to learn about how to live Life. Martha loves teaching children and has a passion for today's children to know their own value and to know the importance of valuing each other. Connecting through civility is so important in every arena of life. Our children are our future, and they deserve the best knowledge, skills, and tools, to help them build the next generation into a strong, productive, and peaceful society.

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