Here is the essay in words that can be translated into any language by google translator:
For a Limited time only I am offering a FREE COPY of The Richest Kid in The Poor House to any child expressing gratitude or thankfulness for someone else.
ENTER YOUR CHILD'S STORY HERE!
I wrote it to help children learn to APPRECIATE OTHERS!
This book brings kids from greed to gratitude. G.K. Chesterton said:
"Gratitude is the mother of all the virtues."
You may also purchase this book through EduDesigns - but why not allow your child to get one free - through their own efforts?
While they are writing about someone they are thankful for, they will not only be practicing their writing skills, they will be thinking about what they are grateful for (maybe even YOU!). Reading and writing are potent ways to inspire children to develop better character by focusing their ideas creatively, through self expression, and GRATITUDE for what they have been given.
Sample another winner's essay:
Jordan's WINNING story about his GRANDMA'S HERE!
Just send me an email with your child's written story,
illustrated or not, and I will mail you a copy of the book! I might even publish it on the site for them to be proud of!
THE RICHEST KID IN THE POOR HOUSE is about a boy who doesn't appreciate his parents until he gets a hamster who doesn't appreciate HIM! He learns the value of what really matters, and becomes truly rich in the process. With critical acclaim by Ray Bradbury who said, "Made me wish I was 8 years old again! Turning the last page, I almost was!" and from Barry Cook, Co-Director, Disney's MULAN, "It echoes every Parents' cry... the Story reminds me of the blessings that we all take for granted."
ABOUT the AUTHOR and ILLUSTRATOR:
Ruth enjoys sharing ideas to help busy parents with the challenges of raising their kids to be productive and positive people! An Emmy Award winning animation artist, author and illustrator, she gives parents tools for positive behavior in kids through her site GoMommyGo.com. Check out the rest of the site!
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