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One, two, three . . .One, two, three . . .
Every day was a skip and a hop for Three. He was happy to walk from here to there, wherever his nose led or wherever his legs took him . . . all the way to new friends.
Stephen Michael King's striking story of Three, a homeless three-legged dog, is filled with humour and has a clear message of accepting difference and disability. It reminds us to be thankful—even for the small things, and is a great resource for teaching empathy. Read by Lisa McCune.
Celebrate CBCA Book Week 2020 with our activities designed for curious creatures with wild minds!
Using the instructions and templates provided, you can write a letter to a curious creature, solve a curious message, discover what it’s like to be a CBCA judge or take part in our digital escape room, where you can piece together information using clues based on CBCA-shortlisted titles to find a missing creature!
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