The three sisters - Maisie, Beanie and Squashy - feel cramped and unhappy living together in their pretty, little house. Each sister comes up with a plan to make the house more comfortable for her and each works by herself to solve her problem. But could the solution lie elsewhere?
The Three Sisters is based on a Native American myth that explains the companion planting of maize, beans and squash.
This updated version of the story encourages the readers to rethink their relationship with mother nature and to question the way humans manipulate the environment to suit their needs.
Also available in Japanese language.
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Really nice but too short 😕😛
I love how about bringing people together even those who are different but it was too short of a story
1, where are the girls parents!? They weren’t anywhere in this book.
2, so short!! For kids older than 8, it will take you 2 mins to read.
3, make the words bigger!! The words are to small for people.
4, it was rude to call that girl squashy, because she actually looked squashy.
5, no human is so tall that they hit their head on the ceiling.
6, one girl was so lazy that she wanted to make a chair that could always bring her anywhere.
7, kids can’t live in a tent. The tent was so small!! How did they sleep? You should explain that.....