Spookley the Square Pumpkin learns to embrace his unique shape and uses it to save his friends, helping them accept differences in this heartwarming children’s book.
|PDF Title||Spookley the Square Pumpkin|
|Author||Joe Troiano, Susan Banta|
|File Size||2.37 MB|
- Spookley is a square-shaped pumpkin: In the book, Spookley is not like the other round pumpkins. He is square-shaped, which makes him feel different.
- Spookley gets bullied by the other pumpkins: Because of his square shape, the other pumpkins in the patch make fun of Spookley and treat him unkindly.
- Spookley discovers his uniqueness: As the story progresses, Spookley realizes that his square shape is what makes him special. He learns to embrace his differences instead of feeling sad about them.
- Spookley helps his friends: When a storm comes and endangers the other pumpkins, Spookley uses his unique shape to create a barrier and protect them from harm.
- The other pumpkins learn to accept differences: Through Spookley’s bravery and kindness, the other pumpkins realize that being different is not a bad thing. They learn to accept and appreciate Spookley for who he is.
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