Annie agrees to put her brand-new bike to good use by delivering cakes from her mom's bakery, but can't resist Zach's offer to race - and is angry with him when her bike crashes and the food is ruined. Plato and Aurora try to convince her that responsibility is always handy to keep around as shown in "Icarus and Dedalus" where a boy had too little responsibility to obey his father and paid for it, or the legend "King Alfred and the Cakes" where even a renowned ruler was forced to admit he neglected his simple duty. Ari tells "The Chest of Broken Glass", where a mother reminds her family what rewards responsibility versus irresponsibility bring and how much can be owed to those in a family. Even the poem "If You Were" sums up what responsibility everyone has to humanity to make the world better. Written by
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When Plato gives Annie a hand standing, there is no wire draped over his side shoulder, but when Sock comes over, it is there and he removes it. See more
[after he reads The Chest of Broken Glass
Beautifully told, Ari.
Yeah. Not bad for a prairie-dog.
Music and Lyrics by J.A.C. Redford
and Marcus Hummon
Performed by Oren Waters
, Julia Waters
, Maxine Waters Willard
(as Maxine Waters), and Bobbi Page See more