My Mate Libby's Got Chickensby Elizabeth Sach
This Assembly story about always trying your best is taken from Elizabeth Sach's book More Brilliant Stories for Assemblies for primary children published by Brilliant Publications.
Errol is desperate to give his mother the perfect present she deserves for her birthday. He perseveres with all the impressive creative intent he can muster, but sadly his plan, and his craft collapse. Errol is extremely disappointed but the arrival of his knight-in-shining-armour, Uncle Zeb, ignites a stellar alternative gift idea and Errol’s present, as well as his hope and pride, are rescued.
Uncle Zeb refers to the importance of always trying your best, putting time and effort into others, and simply showing that you care (a lesson that is eternally pertinent to children and adults alike).
Primary school assembly listeners will also recognise that the qualities of resourcefulness and reciprocity are present in the tale, and should feel confident in asking for help when it is needed.
|Age Groups||5 - 7 years, 7 - 11 years,|
|Market restriction||There are no market restrictions for this book.|
|Released date||11 July 2018|