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The Rescuers

The Rescuers
The Rescuers
Average: 5 (1 vote)

Everywhere she goes, Laura always seems to find someone in need. If she is able to help, how can she refuse even if she doesn't feel like it? One splendid Saturday, everyone she meets, strangers, friends and even her mother, will help her understand her impulse to rescue others in spite of herself.

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Pages: 36
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 97809861201-0-7
Categories: Animals & Creatures, Family & Friends, Lessons
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: random acts of kindness, character education, family values
Date Added: January 3, 2016
The Rescuers by BB Free Illustrations by Jessica Aviles Binkwell For Laura SHMILY THE RESCUERS Copyright by BB Free All rights reserved No part of this work may be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic or mechanical including photocopying and recording or by any information storage or retrieval system without the prior written permission of the copy right owner Printed in the USA ISBN Laura looked out the window and smiled What a beautiful day YES Just the way I wanted it She had been waiting for Saturday all week and she had carefully planned for it She would get dressed have a very quick breakfast go down to the basketball court to shoot some hoops with her friends and then the best part She would buy a big brownie ice cream sundae at her favorite ice cream shop The Freeze She slid into blue jean shorts a white top and sneakers pulled back her bushy brown hair in a high ponytail and started looking for her mother to let her know she would not be home for lunch  She looked in her moms room knowing she liked to sleep late on Saturdays but Mom wasnt there Thats weird she mumbled to herself Mom is awake before ten on a Saturday morning Laura went into the kitchen sure that Mom would be making her morning coffee but she wasnt there either MOOOOM she howled No answer While she drank a small bottle of juice in just a few gulps she looked out the den window and saw the car parked in its space Moms definitely home she said as she caught something moving behind a large tree next to the car It was her mother raising herself from the ground eyes fixed on her cupped hands  Laura walked out the front door and called out What is it Mom Whats that in your hands Shhh Mom hushed firmly Look at this tiny bird I found He looks so sad I think his wing is hurt Oh no here we go again I see another rescue project coming on thought Laura Do you have a shoe box in your closet Mom asked excitedly But not a big one Hes very small and I want it to fit him snugl