Milo And The Green Wagon

Milo And The Green Wagon

by Lisa M Umina


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Milo And The Green Wagon by Lisa M Umina

is an endearing tale based on a true story drawn from the writer's childhood. Similar to an experience Lisa shared as a youngster with her brother David, Milo and his friends find an old, discarded green wagon and decide to fix it up and use it to collect food and clothing for those who need them. Lisa's heartwarming story teaches children about generosity, selflessness and, most importantly, about love and respect for all people, no matter what their stature in life. As you read through Milo's journey with your child, he or she will learn what it means to donate and will realize the good that comes from a mission such as Milo's, a mission he calls: ACT - Action Changes Things. Umina's clever words and expressions will entice you right up until the very end when Milo and his friends' compassion is rewarded with a surprise visitor at Sunday service; a visitor that makes all of their acts of kindness well worth the effort.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781935268116
Publisher: Halo Publishing International
Publication date: 07/07/2009
Pages: 32
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.09(d)
Age Range: 5 - 12 Years

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Milo and the Green Wagon 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Elizabeth Sweet 10 months ago
Milo reminds us that small ACTs of love and generosity can make the world a better place: Action Changes Things. This book is truly inspiring and helps kids and parents to see the small miracles in everyday life. We can make a positive difference in our own ways.
Erma Note 11 months ago
Milo takes a wagon that had been thrown away as trash and, with the help of his friends, uses the wagon to create a beautiful service project to help people in his community. This story teaches children (and parents!) that we can work with our friends and neighbors to make the world a kinder, gentler, and more generous place.