“to begin with the end in mind” because this means you “start with a clear understanding of your destination.” By knowing where you are going, you will “better understand where you are now and … the steps you take are always in the right direction” (Covey, 1989, p. 98).
TOP EASTER CHILDREN’S BOOK!
What happens when you have a spat with your best bunny buddy? You might hop, hop, hop in different directions . . . but when you find the juiciest berries and the sweetest clover, there won’t be anyone nearby to share them! Quick! Hop, hop, hop back down the path to find your buddy again. Even when you disagree, everything in life is much more delicious with a bunny buddy at your side. In very few words and vibrant pictures, this is a story of a friendship, a fight, and a reconciliation—just what every bunny needs to hear sometimes.
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Hold on to your umbrella and stock up on marshmallows — Judy and Stink face wicked weather in their third full-color adventure.
Judy and Stink and the whole Moody family hunker down with beans and batteries, ready to wait out the storm. But along with massive rain and strong winds, Hurricane Elmer throws down ghosts, squirrels, and aliens. Spooky! Just when things couldn’t possibly get any freakier — flicker, flicker, gulp! — the lights go O-U-T out. The Moodys are smack-dab in the middle of a big bad blackout! Grandma Lou proposes musical board games and some good old-fashioned storytelling. Will Hurricane Elmer go down in Moody family history as bad news, a happy memory, or simply an LBS (Long Boring Story)?
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