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Patriot and Friends: Fair and Square

Average rating
4 out of 5
Based on 6 Ratings and 6 Reviews

Book Description
Join Patriot and his friends in this entertaining and thought-provoking story as they learn a valuable lesson about the destructive nature of envy. Wily Fox convinces Muddle, the gullible pig, that it is not fair that Patriot has such beauty. Muddle asks Patriot for feather after feather. The other friends follow in Muddle's footsteps, demanding Patriot "share" his feathers with them, too. Before ... More
Book Information
PublisherNovanglus Publishing
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages32
Publication Date02/20/2012
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About Michelle A Peacock PhD (Author) : Michelle A Peacock PhD is a published author. A published credit of Michelle A Peacock PhD is Patriot and Friends: Fair and Square.
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About Christy Beckwith (Illustrator) : Christy Beckwith is a published illustrator. A published credit of Christy Beckwith is The Big Question.
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7/25/2012 Michelle Peacock said: After taking Patriot's beautiful feathers, the farm animals quarrel in their quest for fair-and-square sharing but ultimately learn a valuable lesson in the destructive nature of envy.
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