Buddy and His Buddies by Carmen R. Yasko

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From one parent to another.
This story is about perception, predisposition and malice, even
though it sounds like big words for the little ones in the house,
the sooner they learn those important words, the better they will
do in this controversial times. I would like to explain why, imagine
for a moment that a judge dictate his sentences base on his own
perception and predisposition, or worse jet, base in someone with
malice in there hearts, unfortunately we have that kind of people on
all most, all the levels in our society and in many cases so close to
the one we love the most, our children’s. So, the sooner they learn
how identify this attitude in the ones around them, better for that
child. The sooner we teach them the importance to take decisions,
base only on the facts in the situations and give them the correct
tools to solve the problems, the better they will do in life, in the end
that is what we as parents want.
Carmen R.Yasko

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Published November 8, 2012 by Xlibris. 40 pages
Genres: Education & Reference. Non-fiction

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