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The Possum’s Tale is the first of the moral stories for children collection presented by Fun Why Stories. The story examines more complex situations and offers insight into other characters' perspectives. The concepts introduced in The Possum’s Tale afford opportunities to open these ethical topics up for further discussion with children. This tale was created to teach children right from wrong and provide advice on how to act morally in a fun, memorable and non-threatening way.
Possum is very proud. He has a beautiful tail and loves to talk about it, but he does not realize that when he does this he makes his friends feel bad. Rabbit gets angry and devises a way to make Possum stop bragging. Unfortunately, Rabbit’s way to “fix” the problem is permanent. Possum is left sad, not only because of his new tail, but because of the way he treated his friends. The other animals realize that even though their tails were different from Possum’s amazing tail, they have unique and wondrous tails as well.
This storybook heirloom is not only designed to engage a younger audience with beautifully illustrated characters and environment, it is intended to become cherished as a childhood favorite that also actively engages older children through the use of poetry and valuable life lessons that introduce moral concepts in a memorable way.
This keepsake is bound in faux leather with an elegant gold leaf design across the cover. The Possum’s Tale is limited in printed copies, and is only available while supplies last. Each copy of The Possum’s Tale is signed and numbered.
Hidden throughout the book, readers of every age can choose to participate in a hidden object game. The game encourages higher engagement with younger readers, but can also be played and enjoyed by readers of any age. There are 51 items hidden throughout the pages. Can you locate all of them?
Fun Why Stories’ collection of moral stories for children have the capability of introducing ethical reasoning in a non-confrontational manner to help set children up for success at an early age. The charming characters in The Possum’s Tale can help with answering some of the big, “Why?” questions that children have and open a variety of topics up to further discussion. Passing on moral reasoning to our children is an important life lesson that can serve them well throughout their lives. Fun Why Stories' collection of moral stories for children is a perfect way to start introducing these important concepts to ever-curious minds.
“The Possum’s Tale is a delight on many levels. It is a clever story, the rhyming helps early readers to guess the words when they are uncertain, and the beautiful illustrations engage the older students. It is a book for many ages.” -Jeff Becher, 1st grade teacher.
“First I have to thank you for allowing me to have an hour and a half of cuddling and reading time with my 13 year old boys. That doesn’t happen much anymore! They thought the story was cool and finding the pictures was fun!” -Brandi Jex, mother extraordinaire
“I am going to be so excited when we find all of these items and can start the message!” -Logan, 13