A Sister for Sam: Sam and Friends

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AuthorHouse, 2010 - 32 pages
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In "A Sister for Sam" Sam learns that families can be made up of different types of individuals and not all families are alike. Character Lesson: Family: A family doesn't have to have two people, or ten. It is just people who love each other and who live together. Sometimes a family has a mommy and a daddy and some boys and some girls, and sometimes it means just a mommy or just a daddy, or even two mommies or two daddies. Sometimes there is no mommy or daddy and the children live with an aunt, an uncle or grandparent. Family members are not always the same color, and they don't always look alike. Family doesn't always mean blood relatives, it just means acceptance, love and caring for each other.
 

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Vicki Westling has taught English, Reading and Special Education at the elementary, secondary and college levels. She has published a novel, Thunder of Silence, and has written childrens books under the sub-title of Sam and Friends. Each of the Sam and Friends books have been inspired by and written as a result of her love of children and her dog Sam with whom she and her husband, Richard, live in a small town in Western New York near the Lake Erie shoreline.

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