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By Ruthilde M. Kronberg

Answering the decision for values schooling, this selection of stories demonstrates how those who find themselves devoted, beneficiant, loving, brave, shrewdpermanent, sincere, and compassionate be successful in fixing difficulties and overcoming stumbling blocks in lifestyles. the various tales are writer originals, others are diversifications of conventional folktales from around the globe. tales that may be learn or instructed to kids of varied a long time are featured within the first a part of the publication. the rest of the textual content is designed to assist little ones develop into storytellers and contains tales to behave out, participatory tales, and puppet stories. Age point and the categorical values taught are pointed out for every of the greater than 30 tales. for instance, the tale "Hideehohee" teaches braveness; "The shrewdpermanent Maid" teaches accountability; "Bunny crimson" deals a lesson in vanity; and "The cheating Innkeeper" provides a message approximately honesty. All degrees.

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That kept the girls' strength up, but of course it had to Page 8 be done behind Hendrick's back. Had he found out that they were drinking a few cups of his precious milk, he would have accused them of stealing, and sent them away. Oh yes, times were hard for the poor, but sometimes a bit of luck comes even to them. One day Katrinele was out in the forest gathering kindling wood when suddenly she heard a strange sound. " She looked around, and what did she see? A tiny white cat. Eya yey, what was Katrinele to do?

It was a life filled with love, joy, and learning, and Helming grew very old among his friends. " The End Page 22 Page 23 The Elf's Hat A Story About the Values of Responsibility and Love Long ago there lived a man who had two sons and one daughter. No one knows why he only loved the daughter and not the sons, but the poor boys had a hard time in their father's house. All day long the old man scolded, ''You good-for-nothing rascals, you do not deserve the food you eat. " When the daughter tried to speak well on her brothers' behalf she too got a scolding, "You silly goose, you look at those unruly louts with rose-colored glasses.

When they were sick, he, who used to stomp around like an elephant, walked as silently as a kitten. As Niels and Eril grew bigger Helming played with them all day long. He lifted them up so they could look into bird nests and see the little fledglings. He bent fruit trees down so they could eat the juiciest cherries. In winter he carried them to the top of the mountain so they could ride their sleds down into the valley. He taught them not to fear anything, but to still be cautious, and when they were old enough to go to school, he took them there.

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