WISDOM OF THE SANDBOX
Little barefoot philosophers, kids see the world straight on, without a lot of fuss or complications. Sample from the hundreds of lessons in this mind-refreshing boo, and rediscover the joy of keeping it simple.
|Publisher:||Workman Publishing Company, Inc.|
|Product dimensions:||4.22(w) x 4.30(h) x 1.06(d)|
About the Author
Cynthia L. Copeland is the author of more than 25 books, including Workman’s The Diaper Diaries and Really Important Stuff My Kids Have Taught Me. Ms. Copeland lives in Keene, New Hampshire.
Read an Excerpt
Don't say "The last one there is a rotten egg" unless you're absolutely sure there's a slow kid behind you.
Kids aren't supposed to have clean fingernails.
You have to love your brother, even if he doesn't deserve it.
Apologize for it before your mother notices the stain on your shirt.
Stamp your feet when you get angry.
You only go down the slide headfirst one time.
If you want to get carried, pretend to fall asleep in the back seat of the car.
If somebody calls you a crybaby, don't cry.