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Manners: What do you say dear?
Posted on February 12, 2013 by Kate Kresse
Those of us of a certain age remember Captain Kangaroo. SO much better than, excuse me for thinking this, Sesame Street. Captain was gentle, kind, and instructional in subtle way. He certainly taught us about the Changing of the Guard … Continue reading →
Posted in faith/courage/miracles/hope | Tagged bullying, captain kangaroo, children's literature, Life, manners, stopping rudeness, what do you say dear | 4 Comments