Poor Seemor! Other animals tease him with no mercy because he is a little different. Soon Seemor's frustration and hurt feelings grow into a boiling anger. But fortunately he takes positive action for a safe resolution and by coincidence finds peace in his heart.
Children respond to this story with a strong sense of empathy for Seemor. Using puppets the story can be performed and children can converse with Seemor about their own troubles. Seemor can be a very good listener!
This book also contains lessons activities and reproducible worksheets with lessons about character education positive and negative consequences of behaviour; anger management; bullying; feelings and friendship.
An added bonus is that these lessons can also be easily incorporated into the academic areas of language arts social studies and geography.
Author: Nancy Walter
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