Sam's aunt has come for a week-long visit. Both his sisters are each making her a present he wished he'd thought of. Sam decides he will make her some of her favorite foods, only each attempt gets ruined. His explanation for why each one didn't turn out (a dragon, a giant, a genie) are humorous, but he is sad. Has a good ending, and shows that the thought can be a great present too.
It seems things have changed a lot in the Kindergarten classroom from whence we were kids, or even since this book was published. My grand daughter was comparing her experience in the kindergarten classroom to the girl in the book-- seems that they no longer take naps, finger paint, play with clay, or musical instruments. Wow how things are now different!
A good starting place for Junior-high age kids contemplating one of the many eye care careers. Details what is required for each, what education is needed, and any other helpful information. In the back there are appendixes to contact for more information.
A nice little book explaining how, what we do daily, will effect our eternity. I have Prayer of Jabez (which i must soon reread), which is #1, and this one, which is #3, but still need Secrets of the Vine, #2.