Aesop's Fables

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Trafford Publishing, 2010 - 96 pages
This book targets classroom teachers, homeschoolers, and primary students. The author chose 20 of Aesop's fables that contain lessons that underscore the importance of engaging in appropriate behavior and developing desirable character traits. Each fable was written at three different levels addressing the variety of individual differences found in all classrooms. Visit www.apluslearningmaterials.net to find out how you can purchase response booklets for each fable.
 

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About the AuthorSince retiring from teaching,Gwen Petremanhas put her energies into writing children's stories, poems and primary curriculum materials. She launched her first fantasy storyThe Blue Bottlein January 2010. She wrote this book to get the message across to young people about the important role trees play in providing a healthier and balanced environment where people and animals can thrive. For more information aboutThe Blue Bottleand curriculum materials visit Gwen atwww.apluslearningmaterials.net. She is currently serving on the Board for Living Green in Barrie, Ontario where she has been busy researching environmental information forwww.livinggreenbarrie.com. She is passionate about eco-friendly gardening and she helped spearhead a tall grass prairie plot in the Barrie Arboretum. She is currently working on a sequel toThe Blue Bottle. LikeThe Blue Bottlethis book will consist of a fantasy fiction story followed by relevant factual information.About the IllustratorChris Stoneis a Toronto based illustrator that has done work for Owlkids, Sony, Nintendo, As well as scores of music videos, commercials, comics and animated TV series. He can be usually be found making dinosaur noises with his three year old son or (in)frequently blogging atwww.eatboots.com.

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