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I’m compelled to spend at least one more week on the topic of lemonade.
Stopping at “Every Lemonade Stand: How to Create a Culture that Cares for Kids,” by James Vollbracht is a community read, to begin some small conversations that can make a big impact.
The books are available for $10 at the Family YMCA and it doesn’t matter if you can attend any of the book groups, or even the final chat, which is pending, via Skype with the author.
Even though I hope at least one of those free events piques your interest, I’d really like one of two things to come out of the rally of the troops.
Number one is I would really like the YMCA to sell all of their books, so they don’t get stuck with any extras.
The second is that I would like the reader to see that it is the small interaction that I’m going for, not what new program we can do for kids or with kids. It is what you, the individual do, to make any interaction with kids better.
I thought how great it would be if everyone that purchased the book went on a mission to keep the book going. A meaningful chain letter if you will — are you old enough to remember the chain letter?
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