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Finders keepers? : a true story in India

Author: Robert Arnett; Smita Turakhia
Publisher: Columbus, Ga. : Atman Press, 2003.
Edition/Format:   Book : Juvenile audience : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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The charming true story set in India is about a boy who found the author's wallet and could not understand why he should be rewarded for returning to the author what was his. The concept of accepting a reward for doing the right thing made no sense to him! This award-winning multicultural book emphasizes timeless and universal values that parents will want to pass on to their children. The concept of accepting a  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Juvenile literature
Named Person: Robert Arnett; Robert Arnett
Material Type: Juvenile audience
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert Arnett; Smita Turakhia
ISBN: 0965290026 9780965290029
OCLC Number: 53842130
Description: 31 p. : col. ill., col. maps ; 24 x 29 cm.
Contents: Warm welcome --
Bus ride --
I meet a monk --
Tour of Mt. Abu --
Finders keepers? --
Which way? --
Your journey begins --
Jog your memory --
Oh, see can you say --
Food for thought --
People, places, and things.
Responsibility: Robert Arnett ; illustrated by Smita Turakhia.

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The charming true story set in India is about a boy who found the author's wallet and could not understand why he should be rewarded for returning to the author what was his. The concept of accepting a reward for doing the right thing made no sense to him! This award-winning multicultural book emphasizes timeless and universal values that parents will want to pass on to their children. The concept of accepting a reward for doing the right thing made no sense to him! The delightful illustrations take children on a picturesque, fun-filled journey through the exotic land. Though the setting is in India, the message is timeless and universal. The book emphasizes values that parents will want to pass on to their children and also provides an excellent opportunity to understand cultural differences and underlying similarities in our diverse world.

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