The Quiet Frog Pond: The Benefits of Being Quiet

Front Cover, Oct 15, 2011 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 32 pages
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A fictional story of little Jesus, and his best friends, who experience a day at the pond. After a time of loud and boisterous play, they realize the need to be calm and quiet for the frogs to be seen and heard. Children learn from this story that it’s OK to be loud and excited sometimes, but having the ability to be quiet when it’s called for can be a great advantage.

Suggested for ages 7 and under.

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