Annie gets more orders for her craft weathervanes with Plato, Aurora, Ari, and Sock on them than she can deliver right away, so rushes through some to sell them - then gets complaints about how they're dysfunctional. Plato encourages her to consider what the results of a rushed job show by telling "For Want of a Horseshoe Nail", where one incomplete task led to a remarkably high amount of trouble, and Aurora "Charlemagne and the Robber Knight", where an English king's and a lowly thief's thoughtfulness in how to deal with people proved life-saving. Written by
Did You Know?
"Charlemagne and the Robber Knight" is not from the collection in William J. Bennett
's "The Book of Virtues" but its sequel "Moral Compass". See more
Music by Stu Goldberg
Lyrics by Susan Marder
Performed by Bobbi Page See more