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In the first book, A Child’s Happy Heart, Khobi shows the children how to find happiness with love and friendship rather than THINGS. Joey, Linda and Susie learn a whole new meaning of "rich".
Now Khobi is faced with school bullies who tease him because he looks different.
Can he stay true to himself on the inside, or does he quiver on the outside?
Join him and Hero in Free To Be Me, the Eskimo Way. Experience the feelings of a child struggling with his own identity.
How does he handle peer pressure? Remember, he’s a young child who is very much like our own.
Take a moment, relax and enjoy the gift they bring from the Arctic...the Eskimo way
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I believe childhood is the most pivotal and underestimated stage of life. A planted seed can only grow in nourished ground that is cultivated by someone who truly cares. Children are of far greater importance than a seed in the earth, but yet the two have the same needs.
I am the daughter of a humble man of the soil. Like many farm children my sister and I had elusive riches, not monetary. Mom and Dad, you knew what was important. Thank you.
Susan Amundson resides in Hastings, MN with her husband of 31 years. Three grown children, on their own journeys, remember living with their beloved Samoyed, Khobi.Review:
I enjoy reading these books and look forward to using them to help me teach my children as they grow. -- Picabo Street, Haley, Idaho Three Time Olympic Downhill Skiing Gold & Silver Medallist
a beautiful message from the heart of an Eskimo boy and his beloved dog - should be in every school library. -- Dr. Corolyn Mortensen., Ed.D, Grandmother, School Administrator, Associate Prof.
a wonderful story of self-awareness and personal identity... teaches child and adult the importance of being true to oneself. -- Michael Donndelinger MD, (Child & Adolescent Psychiatry) and Father
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Book Description Lone Oak Press, 2003. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1883477654