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. Volume IX Number 13 . . . . February 28, 2003
At the end of the story, we discover that the story has been narrated by Charity who was told the story by her aunt. Other projected titles in the series are:
What We Can Learn From Differ Ants; First Lessons in Multiculturalism Why We Need Accept Ants; Liking Yourself is Important The Secret of Apply Ants; Applying What We’ve Learned The True Meaning of Charity; Being Good to Each Other
The story is didactic, unappealing and predictable. The full colour illustrations by Caleb Hamm are quite stylized, and the ants have a certain character and expression. Sometimes the text is overprinted on the illustrations making the words more difficult to read. The book does not have CIP or a title page.
This anthropomorphic story is not recommended for purchase.
Lorraine Douglas is the Youth Services Coordinator at the Winnipeg Public Library in Winnipeg, MB.
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