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Ever wish you could ask someone the big life questions?
Tom and Vincent have a full list for their friend, Ginormous Jo. Being in a unique family of three dogs and a kitten, they are all the best of friends. Tom, a little white dog and Vincent, a small kitten, play quietly in the backyard until they start asking questions about life. Are they special? Why do they feel they don’t fit in?
They come up with a list to ask Ginormous Jo, the friendly senior dog in the house. She takes the two to heart and listens to their questions. The answers might be astonishing to the pair, but they are an excellent example of how you can learn from those wiser than yourself. But the important thing, of course, is they asked for help from an elder. She teaches them how they are already special. And that through recycling, they can help save the whole world!
This darling little picture book continues the Ginormous Jo serious stressing the importance of asking questions and being honest with your elders. It helps model how children should feel free to express their feelings to loved ones older than them, and follow the advice. It stresses how anyone can be special by their personal effort to better the world. This is a great book for any children’s library especially as a gift from a grandparent or older sibling.
“These books should be available in every home and school.”
“WOW! I absolutely loved these books! What a great teaching tool.”
"Cannot wait to share with my school class as part of lessons.”
"A way for parents to educate their children on important topics in a way that children will listen."
THE GINORMOUS SERIES is a fun collection of adventures and conversations following a loving family of pets as they share their life-handling problems and how to solve them together. Gently encouraging conversation between adult and child. A great addition to any child's home or teacher's read-aloud library.
The animals chat about; good deeds, bullying, being accepted, feeling lonely, self-esteem, worrying, anxiety, getting lost, recycling, welcoming new members to a family or classroom, that listening and learning can be fun, and how to care for others.