Here is another collection of stories from the authors of Kings and Monkeys. Within these tales you will meet kindly kings and foolish farmers, bickering brothers and wayward waiters and lots more besides.As with the stories in Kings and Monkeys, they are intended to be used in two main ways:
First, they are an original and very useful resource for assemblies or collective worship. Each story is accompanied by a concluding piece, which explores the theme of the story and provides ‘food for thought’, for those moments of reflection. The theme is explored in general terms and, in addition, with a Christian emphasis so that those leading the session may choose the most appropriate for their situation.
Second, the stories are equally useful as a valuable resource for PSHME (Personal, Social, Health and Moral Education). Each story can be used as a starting point to help explore a particular issue. In addition, there is a selection of questions at the end of each story to aid or prompt discussion.
However you choose to use this book, it is an accessible, fun and a stress-free resource for the busy teacher.