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Lady Rose (Serendipity)

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This book among other serendipity books teaches youngsters how to deal with the challenges of their world, providing them with positive solutions to difficult problems.
Paperback, 32 pages
Published February 6th 1995 by Price Stern Sloan (first published 1990)
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Julia Brumfield
Beautiful story about following what drives you and also how to keep in check with your friends as your friends will always be there for you if they are good friends even when you move on. The only thing is this book has the lesson that she found beauty at the end of the path and wanted to stay while sometimes in real life there isn't always beauty, which I think is another lesson that parents can bring up to their children when they read this.

The pictures were beautiful and full of color so e...more
Lindsey
This Serendipity book may be a little heavy hitting for younger readers if they understand the metaphor. Lady Rose is an otter with a mission - to find the source of the water she loves to play in. Her friends all think it's a crazy idea and don't understand why she has to go. She does eventually find the source and devises a way to send a message back to her friends.

The underlying story is, of course, about loss. This is hard to explain to small children and the story may not make it any easier...more
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