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How Vansanna Learned that Work Can Be Fun! by Steve Barancik
Do you wish your kid put in more effort? Introduce him/her to Vansanna!

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getting the bad newsLearning the value of trying.

Vansanna doesn't think work is very fun, so she doesn't see the point of doing it. In school, while most of the kids are learning to read, Vansanna is giggling with her friends. At tumbling class, while the other kids are working on their stunts, Vansanna just does what she feels like. There's so much fun stuff to play on!

When her parents find out from teacher how their daughter is performing at school, they tell her they won't let her participate in the tumbling performance if things don't improve. So she improves--a little--just enough to get their permission. But then her poor performance at tumbling causes the coaches to leave her out of the show anyway!

Vansanna closes herself in her room to cry, which is where her father finds her. He helps her to see that improvement is its own reward, and that improvement doesn't come without practice, without effort.

And sure enough, it turns out to be!

How Vansanna Learned that Work Can Be Fun is one of our Behavior Books--downloadable stories that help your child tackle a problem behavior. The stories help your child feel less alone by introducing a character with a problem similar to your child's own. When the child in the book conquers the problem behavior, your child is inspired to do so too! Because the books are meant to be colored, your child is guaranteed prolonged exposure to the story's message.

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