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Keep Your Window Clean

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Authored by Devon T. Sommers. Illustrated by Didier Martin. Colored and designed by Roy Evans.
Published by My Wonder Studio. Copyright © 2018 by The Family International

Tags: kindness and courtesy, tidiness, diligence, my wonder studio 0-5

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Keep Your Window Clean

  1. 1. Keep Your Window Clean Mr. Jack was the proud owner of his store Perfect Pastries. He would put his best pastries in the front window so that people walking by could see the delicious treats he offered. He always kept his front window neat and clean. Perfect Pastries Nana, eclairs! They are my favorite. Let’s get some for tea, Eloise!
  2. 2. ACK! Mud on my window! What a dirty shop! Let’s go, Rufus! What can I do? I will clean the window again! The cupcakes look so yummy! Can we have some?
  3. 3. Mr. Jack knew that he needed to keep his window clean if he wanted people to visit his shop and enjoy his delicious pastries. His pastries didn’t taste any better when the window was clean, but a clean window helped people on the sidewalk see the pastries, and it made them want to enter the shop. When you are tidy and courteous, people notice. When your words are thoughtful and kind, it is easier to make friends. “Keep your window clean,” and it will also make you feel happier and better about yourself. What are some ways you can keep your “window” clean? Did you know that your neatness, your manners, your words, and your behavior help people get an idea of who you are? Your actions and words are like a “window” into who you are. You keep your “window” clean by being clean and well-mannered, by being diligent, and by showing patient respect to others. Authored by Devon T. Sommers. Illustrated by Didier Martin. Colored and designed by Roy Evans. Published by My Wonder Studio. Copyright © 2018 by The Family International Kindness Manners Respect Diligence Patience

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