The Society of Extraordinary Raccoon Society on Boasting

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*The Society of Extraordinary Raccoon Society on Boasting

Released: October 15, 2019
Publisher: B&H Kids
Series: Slugs & Bugs
Page Count: 32
Age: 4-8 years
Grade Level: Preschool-3

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Helping others and being generous is not a competition but things go a little overboard when two raccoons – Maggie and Morty, who are the newest recruits to the SOERS (The Society of Extraordinary Raccoons Society, want to outdo one another in boasting about their extraordinary deeds. There is a big lesson to be learned for these two young ones who had tried to change their ways.

It’s great to cheer one another on when good deeds are done and to share opportunities to help others but let us do so in a way that encourages others to take part and help those in need.

 

About the Author

Randall Goodgame is a singer/songwriter and the creative force behind the family music brand Slugs & Bugs. He has recorded eight solo albums and contributed to numerous others. He has written songs for VeggieTales, Caedmon’s Call, Andrew Peterson, Jason Gray, Jill Phillips, and Eric Peters. Randall and his family call Nashville home, but he also began touring in 2010 to bring Slugs & Bugs to families nationwide.

 

 

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