Never Tease a Weasel

Jean Conder Soule (1946), Parents' Magazine Press

Through fun rhymes, this story demonstrates the importance of doing nice things and being kind to animals. The author repeats in a playful manner how it is not nice to tease animals, especially weasels. Friendship is important to all animals and people.

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Have you ever made something for someone like a pair of socks, cake, or rug? How did that make that person or animal feel? How did it make you feel?

How do you think the weasel felt at the beginning of the book? How did the weasel feel at the end of the book?

Have you ever been teased? How did it make you feel?

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