Eagle Child Series 4-6 Book 2: Including the Eagle Child Ambassador Program
Tate Publishing, 2007 - 165 pages
From ocean to ocean, north to south, children everywhere are developing leadership qualities that are shaping our future. Every orphanage, foster home, single parent and two-parent home has a responsibility to you, our children, our future. In this second book of the groundbreaking Eagle Child Series, author Deborah Polston introduces the Eagle Child Ambassador Program. Composed of three fun and educational stories, this unique program is designed to develop the following skills in your students: Reading Comprehension Public Speaking Creative Writing Leadership The final goal of the program is to interview twelve community leaders who posses these leadership character traits. A great resource for parents and teachers, the knowledge gained from the revolutionary Eagle Child Ambassador Program will be life changing for your students Get ready, you are about to take flight on the wings of . . . "The Eagle Child Series" 'Soar High, my eagle child '"
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