3 edition of Don"t be a Schwoe found in the catalog.
Don"t be a Schwoe
Barbara E. Mauzy
Children learn about not judging people on their appearance.
|Other titles||Do not be a Schwoe, Embracing differences|
|Statement||Barbara E. Mauzy|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||2010941715|
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With resolve and determination, Franklin embarks on the challenging journey to become a Schwoe with just one chin. Charmingly illustrated by Bob Stuhmer, young readers will delight in Franklin's transformation and cheer him on as he follows "doctor's orders" and learns that the biggest reward for all that hard work is a happier, healthier him.5/5(1).
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Overweight, his self-esteem droops lower than the many chins that hang from his jowls. Franklin loves to eat. Concerned. Barbara E. Mauzy is a retired elementary school teacher and reading specialist. As a mother and grandmother, she recognizes first-hand the importance of guiding children so they develop strong morals and decent values.
This is her third Schwoe : Barbara E. Mauzy. Schwoes can be teeny or tall, big or small, but Franklin is the largest of them all. Overweight, his self-esteem droops lower than the many chins that hang from his jowls.
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This charming book takes on the tricky topic of accepting and even embracing differences in a humorous but effective way through this simple but engaging story told in rhyme.
By the end of the final rhyme “Don’t Be a Schwoe” will become a catch phrase for acceptance. It’s easy. It’s fun. Early reader–ages Schiffer Publishing Don't Be a Schwoe: Manners - Having good manners is an integral part of being a decent human being.
With colorful images, this book explores difficult concept in a humorous, but effective, way as children read about simple issues they encounter on a daily basis such as eating politely, covering a sneeze, and speaking with kindness. If you want to bring the book home with you—or to your next fraternity event—you could get it from your local library (Maps app again!).
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