A fair example of literature which aims for fair-mindedness.
Published by Thriftbooks.com User , 23 years ago
It was the great literary critic Northrup Frye who said that most of western literature has the bible as its source. The children's book, Snuffles Makes a Friend has a resemblance to the biblical story of Noah and where the lion and the lamb lived together without the lamb being consumed. We all know that polar bears are powerful creatures yet in Snuffles Makes a Friend, Snuffles, the polar bear, is a vegetarian. Snuffles prefers raspberry tea and sweet potatoes to meat. The issue of social anxiety is also raised in this book as Snuffles makes friends with her next door neighbor Percy the Penguin, the latter being quite shy. This book is beautifully illustrated and printed on durable paper. It is a fair example of literature which aims for the facilitation of social interaction among its young readers and fair-mindedness towards neighbors.
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