Dingleman Macfierce Kidnaps the Bees

Dingleman Macfierce Kidnaps the Bees

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Early Chapter Book for 6 to 9 years old. R.M. Putnam's study into mythology and folklore in combination with her experience as a Kindergarten and Preschool teacher inspired her to create tales told by Mr. Pembry a wise old storyteller. In this edition, (Volume 2) Mr. Pembry tells the tale about Dingleman MacFierce and a few selfish people that have an empty disregard for the well-being of the community. After Dingleman takes the bees hostage, the populace not only works together to rescue the bees but learns many valuable lessons. Most important to learn, it is always better to make a friend than an enemy. Dingleman MacFierce Kidnaps the Bees is great story to open discussion for children about proper manners, consideration and respect for people no matter their appearance or limitations. "My story about Dingleman MacFierce is intended to teach the value of honesty, respect and common courtesy. The lesson to learn is that it is better to make friends instead of enemies. Being a trustworthy person that contributes to the community will give you respect and a sense of self worth that Dingleman MacFierce wants. His handicaps made him an outcast by the insensitive people of the community. He grew to be bitter and decided to steal the respect that he longed to enjoy." R.M. Putnamshow more

Product details

  • 6-8
  • Paperback | 130 pages
  • 178 x 254 x 7mm | 240g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • Large type / large print
  • Large Print
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514629534
  • 9781514629536

About R M Putnam

"My story about Dingleman MacFierce is intended to teach the value of honesty, respect and common courtesy. The lesson to learn is that it is better to make friends instead of enemies. Being a trustworthy person that contributes to the community will give you respect and a sense of self worth that Dingleman MacFierce wants. His handicaps made him an outcast by the insensitive people of the community. He grew to be bitter and decided to steal the respect that he longed to enjoy." R.M. Putnam R.M. Putnam also wrote Fiona's Wings: Mr. Pembry's Tales Volume 1 --Delightfully illustrated, her juvenile fiction teaches about human emotions and a respect for rules. Fiona's Wings: Mr. Pembry tells the tale about Fiona a mischievous fairy child. Her curiosity about the future guides her to seek out a crystal ball. Disobeying her guardian, Fiona learns the consequences of wandering off. A tale in a mystical world of Fairies, warrior Brownies and a wicked old Crone teach her the importance of following the rules.show more