Non-fiction stories for curious kids
It would obviously be absurd to suggest that NASA planned the Mercury space program on H.A. and Margret Rey’s children’s book, Curious George Gets a Medal.
Moons can be inert pieces of rock, hunks of ice or volcanically active.
Recent new things:
Being sick is bad enough, but the social stigma that goes along with looking like a runny-nosed zombie certainly doesn’t help things.
Anyone with a five-year-old can tell you that sharing is not a completely ingrained behavior in humans.
Schools with tight budgets often treat their art classes as expensive luxuries, cutting them in order to focus on students’core educational needs like math and literacy.
Smiles are not universally valued among people around the world, but even cultures that don’t smile as much as your average American understand that a smile isn’t a sign of aggression or anger.
It’s probably embarrassingly easy to come up with personal examples of being lazy.