Find out what happens when Wanda disobeys and learns a hard lesson in obedience! – Wandering Wanda (Rainbow’s Promise Book 5) by Mary Clark Dalton

Wanda is not your ordinary ant. Most ants are content to follow orders, stay in a straight line, then head back to headquarters. That is not how it is with Wanda. If she had her way, the life of an ant would be much more exciting! She dreams of exploring. One day, Wanda’s curiosity gets the better of her. She just has to see for herself what is over that hill. Find out what happens when Wanda disobeys and learns a hard lesson in obedience!

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Follow Rainbow as he tries to rebuild the friendships and trust that he has broken through all his prideful acts. – Rainbow Learns the Golden Rule by Mary Clark Dalton and illustrated by Stacy Moody

In this, the last of the Rainbow series, Rainbow learns the hard way that it’s not much fun to be the strongest, most beautiful butterfly if you do not have friends to share it with. After a time of showing off and a little taunting of his own, Rainbow finally learns the Golden Rule. He must treat other butterflies the way he would like to be treated. Follow Rainbow as he tries to rebuild friendships and trust that he has broken through all his prideful acts.

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“It’s not fun to be teased because you are “less” than others, and it’s not fun to wait for things to get better, either.” – Rainbow’s Promise by Mary Clark Dalton

Being the last caterpillar in his class to receive his wings causes poor Rainbow’s classmates to tease him. He dreams of having beautiful colors and flying with his friends. But his mom tells him to be patient and look for things that only a caterpillar can do. Follow Rainbow along on this adventure in Rainbow’s Promise.

Margaret Welwood, Scissortown

A strategy for contentment and fulfillment

It’s not fun to be teased because you are “less” than others, and it’s not fun to wait for things to get better, either. But Rainbow doesn’t just wait; he learns. With courage, compassion and ingenuity, he reaches out to those whose predicaments are worse than his own. Then, with his eyes finally off himself, he discovers that the promise made to him has finally come true. What a lesson for children who are disappointed with their current situation, abilities, or achievements! Rainbow did what he could when he could, following his mom’s advice and using his time wisely until he “graduated.” Mary Dalton has presented a strategy for contentment and fulfillment for all of us.

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Find out what happens when Wanda disobeys and learns a hard lesson in obedience! – Wandering Wanda (Rainbow’s Promise Book 5) by Mary Clark Dalton

Wanda is not your ordinary ant. Most ants are content to follow orders, stay in a straight line, then head back to headquarters. That is not how it is with Wanda. If she had her way, the life of an ant would be much more exciting! She dreams of exploring. One day, Wanda’s curiosity gets the better of her. She just has to see for herself what is over that hill. Find out what happens when Wanda disobeys, and learns a hard lesson in obedience!

Amazon – FREE on Kindle Unlimited
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Follow Rainbow as he tries to rebuild friendships and trust that he has broken through all his prideful acts. – Rainbow Learns the Golden Rule by Mary Clark Dalton

In this, the last of the Rainbow series, Rainbow learns the hard way that it’s not much fun to be the strongest, most beautiful butterfly if you do not have friends to share it with. After a time of showing off and a little taunting of his own, Rainbow finally learns the Golden Rule. He must treat other butterflies the way he would like to be treated. Follow Rainbow as he tries to rebuild friendships and trust that he has broken through all his prideful acts.

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“It’s not fun to be teased because you are “less” than others, and it’s not fun to wait for things to get better, either.” – Rainbow’s Promise by Mary Clark Dalton, Illustrated by Michael J. Fuller

Being the last caterpillar in his class to receive his wings causes poor Rainbow’s classmates to tease him. He dreams of having beautiful colors and flying with his friends. But his mom tells him to be patient and look for things that only a caterpillar can do. Follow Rainbow along on this adventure in Rainbow’s Promise.

Margaret Welwood, Scissortown

A strategy for contentment and fulfillment

It’s not fun to be teased because you are “less” than others, and it’s not fun to wait for things to get better, either. But Rainbow doesn’t just wait; he learns. With courage, compassion and ingenuity, he reaches out to those whose predicaments are worse than his own. Then, with his eyes finally off himself, he discovers that the promise made to him has finally come true. What a lesson for children who are disappointed with their current situation, abilities, or achievements! Rainbow did what he could when he could, following his mom’s advice and using his time wisely until he “graduated.” Mary Dalton has presented a strategy for contentment and fulfillment for all of us.

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Find out what happens when Wanda disobeys, and learns a hard lesson in obedience! – Wandering Wanda (Rainbow’s Promise Book 5) by Mary Clark Dalton

Wanda is not your ordinary ant. Most ants are content to follow orders, stay in a straight line, then head back to headquarters. That is not how it is with Wanda. If she had her way, the life of an ant would be much more exciting! She dreams of exploring. One day, Wanda’s curiosity gets the better of her. She just has to see for herself what is over that hill. Find out what happens when Wanda disobeys, and learns a hard lesson in obedience!

Amazon – FREE on Kindle Unlimited
Barnes & Noble

Follow Rainbow as he tries to rebuild friendships and trust that he has broken through all his prideful acts. – Rainbow Learns the Golden Rule by Mary Clark Dalton

In this, the last of the Rainbow series, Rainbow learns the hard way that it’s not much fun to be the strongest, most beautiful butterfly if you do not have friends to share it with. After a time of showing off and a little taunting of his own, Rainbow finally learns the Golden Rule. He must treat other butterflies the way he would like to be treated. Follow Rainbow as he tries to rebuild friendships and trust that he has broken through all his prideful acts.

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“It’s not fun to be teased because you are “less” than others, and it’s not fun to wait for things to get better, either.” – Rainbow’s Promise by Mary Clark Dalton, Illustrated by Michael J. Fuller

Being the last caterpillar in his class to receive his wings causes poor Rainbow’s classmates to tease him. He dreams of having beautiful colors and flying with his friends. But his mom tells him to be patient and look for things that only a caterpillar can do. Follow Rainbow along on this adventure in Rainbow’s Promise.

Margaret Welwood, Scissortown

A strategy for contentment and fulfillment

It’s not fun to be teased because you are “less” than others, and it’s not fun to wait for things to get better, either. But Rainbow doesn’t just wait; he learns. With courage, compassion and ingenuity, he reaches out to those whose predicaments are worse than his own. Then, with his eyes finally off himself, he discovers that the promise made to him has finally come true. What a lesson for children who are disappointed with their current situation, abilities, or achievements! Rainbow did what he could when he could, following his mom’s advice and using his time wisely until he “graduated.” Mary Dalton has presented a strategy for contentment and fulfillment for all of us.

Amazon – FREE on Kindle Unlimited

Follow Rainbow as he tries to rebuild friendships and trust that he has broken through all his prideful acts. – Rainbow Learns the Golden Rule by Mary Clark Dalton

In this, the last of the Rainbow series, Rainbow learns the hard way that it’s not much fun to be the strongest, most beautiful butterfly if you do not have friends to share it with. After a time of showing off and a little taunting of his own, Rainbow finally learns the Golden Rule. He must treat other butterflies the way he would like to be treated. Follow Rainbow as he tries to rebuild friendships and trust that he has broken through all his prideful acts.