DAVID'S WAR, DAVID'S PEACE
Two books in one about conflict and peacemaking.

Synopsis:
David's War: A young boy befriends a rabbit, who takes
him to his meadow home. He tells him of the invasion of
woodchucks. David devises a war plan to  get rid of the
woodchucks but as with most wars, this results in
tragedy.

David's Peace:  In this story David chooses a different
course of action. He mediates the conflict between the
rabbits and woodchucks. The resulting peace plan
brings harmony to the creatures of the meadow.


Audience:
The book is designed for elementary and middle school
children to read independently or with their teacher or
parent. Its purpose is to help children to see the
consequences of war and the possibilities of solving
conflict through nonviolent strategies.

Unique Features:
> Questions/Activities correlated with Common Core
Standards
> Glossary for challenging words (above 2nd grade
level)
> Steps For Making Peace (for children to use for
resolving conflicts)
> Peace Quotes at the bottom of many of the pages that
were written by schoolchildren.


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