"Grass withers and flowers fade every time a bad choice is made."
"What in the world is that supposed to mean?" Trey asked.
"Your brain is like a sponge. It has many flower seeds just waiting to grow. Each time you are doing your best, you are watering your seeds. Each time you make a bad choice, your flowers begin to fad."
Maci and Trey love to have a good time; but when Mrs. Julian explains the importance of making positive choices - and growing a garden in your mind - Maci begins to see things differently. Join Maci as she learns the importance of ignoring distractions and making positive choices with help from her mom, her teacher and a new friend.
This lovely story, written by author Stephie McCumbee and illustrated by Lis M. Griffin, is filled with rich imagery and valuable lessons! Students will learn how to "grow their own garden" at home, school and in life, as they learn the secret tips to ignoring distractions and making positive choices. 40 pgs.
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Published by Boys Town Press