Lily and the Paper Man is a great introduction to a lesson on Socioeconomic status Lily is a little girl who has a lot on her mind When she sees the homeless man who is selling newspaper she is very confused I am sure that many children her age have felt this way in the past especially those living in the city Lily asks her parents about the situation and eally wants to help the man At the end of the story Lily gives the homeless man clothes This gesture of generosity is a great thing to teach to children it not only teaches but the idea of community as a whole Perfect book
To Demonstrate Childrendemonstrate how children do simple acts to help the needy in their community Really engaging and age appropriate book about homelessness It easily passes my I can ead it ten times aloud hmm new acronym Acritta bar and brought me to tears the first time I ead it to my 3 12 year old The illustrations are lovely I don t my daughter yet understands the class issues or exactly what hom. Walking with her mother on the way home from school one day Lily uns straight into a gruff and untidy looking man selling papers on the street Frightened Lily
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understand if they do not experience it for themselves and this bookif they do not experience it for themselves and this book a great job of starting the conversation This is the story of Lily a young empathetic girl who is first afraid of the poverty stricken and likely homeless neighborhood paper man then notices his condition and with great generosity figures out how she can help and with a bit of help from her parents implements her plan People who Home every day for fear she will un into him again But when the weather turns cold Lily starts to see the Paper Man differently; she sees his bare toes through the holes in his boots an.
Eetknow Lily will feel proud of her and like herI do have to say that while I did Jewish Thought, Utopia, and Revolution really like this book I also feel like a curmudgeon Scrooge and a kill joy wrapped up into one One of my pet peeves is helping someone who needs much help than theye given I guess it s a bad attitude because I know every little bit helps And the paper man Ray gets not only the very useful gifts that Lily gives him but the feeling of being cared about and that s
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