A book about behavior choices
This book was written in a fun, "shapely" sort of way to help children learn and understand what they say and do affect others as well as themselves. It will teach them to be true to themselves while striving to be the best person they can be, both inside and out.
As an educator, mother and grandmother, I see the need for children to stop and think about their choices and behavior before they act. Often times they set behavior patterns for themselves that lead to character associations and often consequences. This book allows the educator to redirect those behaviors and encourage better choices.