Stick and Stone

 22749702Stick and Stone written by Beth Ferry and illustrated by Tom Lichtenheld (2015)

Stick and Stone were lonely until they found each other. They overcame some problems like a bullying little pinecone and a hurricane which separated them. But they remained friends to the end. Even the little pinecone changed his ways.

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What a lovely story about friendship. And kids will love the easy rhyme and rhythm.

You’ll love the book trailer.

The One World One Heart Beating blog has compiled some fabulous anti-bullying lessons for grades K-12 here.

The lesson entitled “Sticks and Stones” is geared for kids grades 1-8.sticks-and-stonesIt includes making a sticks and stones mobile which would be fun to make whether or not you do the whole anti-bullying lesson or not.
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