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I Will Help You – Picture Book with a Moral

I will help you children's story

I will help you, a delightfully illustrated picture book, a little boy helps a stork. A sweet tale of the importance of helping out others.

Another awesome creative commons book from Bookdash.

Illustrated by Olivia Villet, Written by Andrea Abbott, Designed by Fathima Kathrada

Sample Text From I Will Help You:

I will help you“Ouch!” Mama Heron hurts her wing and leg on barbed wire.

I will help you“I am hurt. I can’t get home to my children.”

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About Book Dash

Book Dash believes that when a child reach age 5 he or she should own hundreds of books. Their goal is to help children in South Africa by giving them free books.  Book Dash gathers volunteer creative professionals to create African story books and is free for anyone to distribute and translate.

 

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Comments 17

  • It was perfect, my grand son really enjoyed this story

     
  • oopo dis book was awesome

     
  • The language is simple, I like the drawings and the characters. Thanks!

     
  • superb
    my 3.5 year old loved reading it

     
  • the children learn to help others and obey what parents tell them to do

     
  • Great px and wonderful social story for early read aloud

     
  • love children’s stories with a moral.

     
  • It is a nice warm story!

     
  • I like this book because helping is kind.

     
  • these are very useful for kids to enhance their reading capacity

     
    • Hi Shayiq – I agree, thanks for the comment. All books are designed to help children expand – both emotionally, literacy wise, and general knowledge, whether they are fiction created for entertainment or non-fiction or even workbooks, I am glad you like the book! Danielle

       
  • it’s a good book i think. but the story in it is just too short

     
  • I like this book.

     
  • Hi. I’m Korean and now I’m learning English. So I started reading a book for kids. First I reading to toddler level(?), it’s very easy and useful to me! Thank you for a post to good books!

    Hi Sung bin, great to hear, yes this is the perfect way to start for ESL – I do the same with my German (reading toddler level books in German to begin), I am hoping to progress to the children category soon! I wish you all the best with doing the same. We will look for some Korean bilinguals for you.

     
  • The title on the web page (not on the book) has a mistake – instead of ‘A Story with a Morale’ it should be ‘A Story with a Moral’. ie: it is Moral, not Morale!

    Thanks so much Paulette for pointing this out! I have fixed this. Lucky it was on the text and not the html tags!

    Morale: the confidence, enthusiasm, and discipline of a person or group at a particular time. Eg We all need a bit of improved morale at FKB right now! (Long hours, silly typing mistakes!!!)
    Moral: a lesson that can be derived from a story or experience, eg the moral of the story.

     
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