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Polly Polar Bear Races in the Summer Olympics - Funny Books for Kids With Morals #4 - cover

Polly Polar Bear Races in the Summer Olympics - Funny Books for Kids With Morals #4

Kelly Curtiss

Publisher: TheHeirs Publishing company

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Summary

Does your child have problems overcoming minor setbacks in life? 
Are they unsure how to swerve when it comes to problem solving? 
Teaching our children how overcome problems is one of the most important thing that we do – yet as parents, none of us want our kids to have any problems! Reading about a friendly group of animals who encounter setbacks and learn how to overcome their obstacles can instill incredibly important life lessons in young ones. 
When Polly the polar bear drives her racecar in the summer Olympics, her team is filled with confidence and ready to win. Unfortunately, a flat tire immediately skews their plans and they need to problem solve. Only some quick thinking and teamwork will get them back into the race. 
 
This delightful, illustrated picture book for young kids is designed to tell an action packed race story in rhyme, but also to teach a valuable lesson. The race to the finish line is about so much more than just grinding wheels and putting the pedal to the medal. It's about awareness, team spirit, and not letting the little things stop you from achieving your goals. 
Picture books are a gift where the meaning behind them last a lifetime. 
But the books themselves can be read again and again. Children are more likely to read at a younger age, and more often if they are read to. And the lessons that humans learn when they are very young become ingrained for life. 
If you're ready for your young one to learn how to swerve when faced with some hardships, then scroll back up and click this instant classic now!

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