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CHILDRENS
Too Many Mangos - A Story About Sharing
Tammy Paikai
Kama and Nani love to climb the giant mango tree at their Grandpa’s house. Grandpa asks them to pick some mangos so Kama picks some big ones, small ones, ripe ones, green ones and even some that have brown spots on them. After all the picking, Grandpa has too many mangos and sends Kama and Nani to share some with the neighbors. While sharing their mangos with neighbors, they are given goodies in return for their generosity. Children will learn that sharing can bring much joy to others.
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