Why Stop For Tajo?: A story about respecting authority (Collection) (Hardcover)
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"Each day after school at a quarter to three, a school guard named Tajo stands at Elm and McGee."
Tajo the Tarantula is the school crossing guard. Choosing to ignore Tajo's directions, one youngster finds himself in the path of an oncoming truck. Afterwards he develops a new respect for authority when he considers Tajo's rules are meant to keep him safe.
Baxter's Corner - Building Character is Child's Play(R)
Parents and educators agree that exposing children to learning values at an early age leads to healthy emotional and spiritual children.
Baxter's Corner has a unique series of books designed to enhance conversations between adults and preschool through primary-aged children. Each book has a magical section that allows caregivers to go beyond and tackle hard subjects like bulling, manners, being different than others, single-parent families, respecting authority, and working with others. Matching puppets, stretched canvas wall art, and removable wall decals bring the stories to life and deepen each child's understanding of respect, determination, resilience, compassion, cooperation, and acceptance.
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