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Scuff Peddlesfoot learned some valuable lessons about solving problems on his own instead of being a tattle tale. Everywhere he turned it seemed like people were being unfair and Scuff wanted to tattle and get them in trouble. Will Scuff be able to overlook the way others sometimes act and settle his problems on his own? "Practice Makes Perfect" is a well-known phrase that makes perfect sense! As it relates to self-discipline, practice is what makes the difference. Because children are not aware of this process, they benefit greatly by parents and teachers who consistently encourage them to examine and control their emotions, take good care of themselves and their space, and try hard to make the most of themselves. In essence, children can learn to "discipline" their own "self" even at a very young age. This allows them to make decisions and exert control autonomously which, in the end, is the greater lesson to learn.
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Book Description Peddlesfoots Educational Holdi, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111933101547
Book Description Peddlesfoots Educational Holdings, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1933101547