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How can our MVP Kids® overcome being wasteful? Join Olivia, LeBron and Gabby as they learn how to save their supplies, time and money instead of wasting it away. Wind Up WastefulnessT with our MVP Kids® as you read these short stories on becoming frugal.. 62 pages, hardcover. Grades Prek-5 / Ages 4-10
The MVP Kids series features 12 families with a wide range of ethnic and cultural diversity and stories that focus on the long-term building of character, values, and responsibility. Children will see themselves in the stories of the Real MVP Kids and hopefully be inspired to live out the positive character qualities they model!
The Help Me Become series for early elementary ages include questions and tips after each short story. The questions are designed to help the child discuss the story and then apply the ideas to their own lives.
|Title: Away With Wastefulness|
By: Sophia Day, Kayla Pearson
Illustrated By: Timmy Zowada
Number of Pages: 62
Vendor: MVP Kids Media
Publication Date: 2019
|Dimensions: 9.50 X 7.25 X 0.25 (inches)|
Weight: 14 ounces
Series: Help Me Become
Stock No: WW551914
Away with Wastefulness
How can the MVP Kids overcome being wasteful?â·¨Join Olivia, LeBron, and Gabby as they learn how to save their supplies, time, and money instead of wasting it. Join the MVP Kids as you read these short stories on becoming frugal.
This diverse book features a range of families and diversity in positive ways. The MVP Kids span diverse cultures, ethnicities, religions, family situations, physical challenges, education, and professions. Some are the only child in their family; others have large families. Some are recent immigrants; others date back to the Pilgrims. The diversity allows children to see themselves in the pages of the book while also seeing positive interaction with others who are different.
About the Help Me Become series
The Help Me Become series hardcover and paperback books are for children ages 4-10. Help Me Become promotes character growth: from dealing with real-life social situations like bullying and bad sportsmanship to promoting character education traits like keeping a promise, being responsible, being truthful, and more. Each title in the series features three stories starring MVP Kids and includes a Think & Talk About It section for coaching parents & educators.
About MVP Kids
Families with a diverse range of cultural and ethnic backgrounds drive the inspiration for child education and social emotional learning. MVP Kids enables real-world kids in addressing the challenges in their lives through story based character lessons where the kids interact at school, social situations and in their communities. MVP Kids board books enrich preschool readers; hardcovers and paperbacks focus on school-agers. Each MVP Kids book includes extensive coaching information for parents and educators guidance in promoting character education, including social and emotional learning.
Kayla Pearson studied elementary education at Liberty University and works with children through various youth programs in the United States and East Africa. Kayla devotes her time to making an impact in the lives of children, partially through writing books that inspire honorable character. Kayla currently resides in Arizona.
Timothy Zowada is the illustrator for many of our Real MVP Kids books. Tim has an Associates Degree in Fine Arts and has spent much of his life personally working with children. MVP Kids provides Tim with the opportunity to use his skill as an artist to help kids learn and grow into responsible and mature adults. Tim currently resides in Arizona.
For more on Sophia, Kayla and Timothy, visit www.realMVPkids.com.
Many authors and publishers include diversity in their books as if theyre checking off a box to fulfill a requirement. Sophia Day does something extraordinary. She helps us realize that diversity in character, family composition, abilities, interests, and backgrounds is the norm not the exception.