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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780884485544
Publisher: Tilbury House Publishers
Publication date: 08/15/2017
Pages: 32
Sales rank: 91,304
Product dimensions: 10.10(w) x 8.70(h) x 0.40(d)
Age Range: 4 - 7 Years

About the Author

MICHAEL LEANNAH (Sheboygan, WI) was a teacher in elementary schools for more than 30 years and is the author of a forthcoming instruction manual for teachers, We Think with Ink.
His children’s fiction has been published in Highlights for Children, Ladybug, and other magazines, and he has written two other forthcoming children’s books and contributed to Midwest regional histories and biographies. He is the father of three grown children and one three-year-old granddaughter.

Jennifer E. Morris is the author and illustrator of May I Please Have a Cookie?, Please
Write Back! (combined sales over 1 million copies) and The Lemonade Hurricane as well as other children’s books. She also illustrates children's magazines, greeting cards, party ware,
and educational materials and is the recipient of the Don Freeman Memorial
Grant awarded by the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators.
Jennifer lives in rural Massachusetts with her husband and two children.

Read an Excerpt

The first few pages of this gentle, reassuring picture book begin:

Most people love to smile.Most people love to laugh.Most people love to see other people smile and laugh too.Most people are good people.

Most people want to help when they see someone crying. Most people want to help when they see someone who is in trouble.

Most people want to make other people — even strangers —feel good. Most people are very good people.

Some people do bad things. They yell bad words. They lie and steal. They bully and hurt and destroy. But most people don’t do those things. If you could line up all the people who want to be good and all the people who want to be bad, the good line would stretch from here to the tallest mountain. All the people in the bad line could crowd together in a dark and gloomy room.

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