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As a reward for winning the soccer championship, Davy is chosen mayor for a day. The band and the whole town assemble together for this great event. Tired of his parents' rules, Davy's first official announcement as mayor is to eliminate all rules. The parents' groan, but the children jump up and down for joy. But the day without rules was a disaster for everyone. The whole town becomes angry, but Davy finally saves the day. In this graphically illustrated and fascinating story, Carl Sommer shows the importance of citizenship, rules for maintaining civic virtue, and respect for the law. Grades 1-4. Mayor for a Day' has been selected as Best Children's books that Today's Librarian reviewed in 2000. Keri Davies, Publisher, Today's Librarian Virtues: Citizenship / Civic Virtue / Respect for Law Other Virtues: Appreciation, Caring, Cheerfulness, Community Service, Compassion, Cooperation, Courtesy, Fairness, Justice, Kindness, Obedience to Parents, Peacefulness, Respect for Humankind, Responsible Citizenship, Self-Discipline, Sportsmanship, and Unity.

Synopsis:

Davy, the hometown soccer hero, becomes mayor for a day. Davy chooses to eliminate all rules, causing the whole town to become angry with him. But Davy finally saves the day.<P>As a reward for winning the soccer championship, Davy is chosen mayor for a day. Tired of his parents' rules, Davy's first official act is to eliminate all rules. Davy and his friends thought they would have a wonderful time, but the day was a disaster for everyone. The whole town becomes angry, but Davy finally saves the day.<P>In this fascinating story, Carl Sommer has graphically illustrated the importance of citizenship, rules for maintaining civic virtue, and respect for the law.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781575370132
Author:
Westbrook, Dick
Author:
Westbrook, Dick
Publisher:
Advance Publishing(TX)
Subject:
Children's 4-8 - Picturebooks
Subject:
City and town life
Subject:
Conduct of life
Subject:
Social Situations - Values
Subject:
Social Issues - Values
Copyright:
Series:
Another Sommer-Time Story
Publication Date:
June 2001
Binding:
Hardcover
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Y
Pages:
48
Dimensions:
9.24x6.52x.36 in. .61 lbs.
Age Level:
04-08

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"Synopsis" by , Davy, the hometown soccer hero, becomes mayor for a day. Davy chooses to eliminate all rules, causing the whole town to become angry with him. But Davy finally saves the day.<P>As a reward for winning the soccer championship, Davy is chosen mayor for a day. Tired of his parents' rules, Davy's first official act is to eliminate all rules. Davy and his friends thought they would have a wonderful time, but the day was a disaster for everyone. The whole town becomes angry, but Davy finally saves the day.<P>In this fascinating story, Carl Sommer has graphically illustrated the importance of citizenship, rules for maintaining civic virtue, and respect for the law.
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