The Good Eggs

The Good Eggs

by S. Ciara Mitaro

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Who are Seggourney, Reggie, Megg and Greggory? They are The Good Eggs! These four friends live and go to school in the small town of Albumen. They display virtues within their community. What are virtues? Virtues are positive traits that help you and others become Good Eggs. As you read The Good Eggs, you will learn more about understanding, forgiveness, gratitude, generosity, cooperation, love, acceptance, respect, responsibility, honesty, confidence, and manners. Challenges are introduced by two additional eggs, Benedict and Peggy. The virtues of The Good Eggs are put into practice as they try to help and guide Benedict and Peggy through their difficulties. Remember - a cracked Egg should be handled with care. With some kindness and concern, a difference can be made in someone's life!

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You can make a difference, too! The mission of The Good Eggs reaches far beyond the town of Albumen. Through the EGGStra Special Program™, the purchase of this book means an additional copy of The Good Eggs will be given to a children's charity at no cost to you. Together we can help develop virtues in the lives of young people. For more information go to

Product Details

BN ID: 2940148469858
Publisher: Sandra Mals
Publication date: 03/15/2013
Series: The Good Eggs , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 140
Sales rank: 1,089,925
File size: 3 MB
Age Range: 9 - 12 Years

About the Author

S. Ciara Mitaro holds a Master of Arts degree from the University of Detroit Mercy and currently teaches morality, ethics and social justice courses at a private high school in Michigan. In addition to her teaching career, she has taught, developed, and implemented programs and curricula that focused on teaching children the importance of value-driven lives centered on love and the importance of living an altruistic life. In addition to the thousands of children she has guided and mentored through her teaching and service over the past 16 years, she has also raised three children of her own, who have all turned out to be very Good Eggs!

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The Good Eggs 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
ChrisAnthony More than 1 year ago
This book is packed with life-lessons for children (and adults!). While reading it I imagined myself as an Egg in Albumen. I found myself identifying with each of the Egg characters in the book - - even Benedict! As a teacher, I can see how this book can be used as a great tool for character education in the classroom. As a parent, I can also see how this book could spark some terrific conversations at home. I highly recommend it!