How Bananas Learns the True Meaning of Christmas by Jan Tompkins

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Tired of the holiday focus surrounding things that really don't matter? Do you need a behavior modification system that is easy to use and really works? Bananas is excited because it is almost time for Christmas, his favorite holiday! But Bananas thinks Christmas is all about toys, decorations and Santa; he doesn't understand the true spirit of the holiday. Banana's mom is unhappy with his selfish behavior and wants Bananas to learn that Santa is not the true reason we celebrate Christmas. How Bananas Learns the True Meaning of Christmas helps kids recognize the difference between generous and selfish actions by watching how a shabby little monkey named Bananas behaves and learns to make better choices using stickers and a special chart. Tucked inside these pages are examples that will help children recognize how to apply God's word to their lives. The story of Bananas encourages kids to have a heart willing to obey and follow Jesus. Let a furry little monkey named Bananas guide them to positive behavior and choices and, as a result, give Jesus the very best Christmas gift of all.

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Published December 10, 2010 by Crossbooks. 28 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality. Non-fiction

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