Annie is disheartened when her recently-made friend Sarah decides to choose a partner other than her to go canoing with, even though she agreed to pair up with her, just because Annie's canoe leaks. Plato reads "Waukewa's Eagle" to show how compassion is occasionally and a good heart is always found in real friendships like that of a Maliseet boy and a bird. When Annie is ready to hold too much distrust against those from cities, Ari explains that friendship can take a lot of strength to build but it takes more to get through life without it by telling "Why Frog=child and Snake-child Never Play Together", where two creatures miss out on having a good friend. Plato reminds just how much true friendship is worth, as proved in "Damon and Pythias", where two best friends put ultimate trust in one another. Even the poem "New Friends and Old Friends" sets a good example of how long friendships should last. Written by
Did You Know?
The first time a story not from the collection in William J. Bennett
's "The Book of Virtues" but its sequel "Moral Compass" ("Waukewa's Egale") was used. See more
Damon's beard grows longer than it should have in two days, and both his and Pythias' do after three. See more
[of Waukewa's eagle
I wish *I* had a friend like that.
[after he pulled him free from spinning with the globe after he stuck his arm in the stand
Hey - who'd you think got your tail out of the equator?
Music and Lyrics by J.A.C. Redford
and Marcus Hummon
Performed by Bobbi Page See more