Families stick together and tell stories.
Way up in the highest, most private part of the forest, a small family of giant pandas made their home. This panda family loved to tell stories to each other. Sometimes the stories were true. Sometimes they weren't. That was part of the fun - guessing which stories were true and which weren't. The pandas sat together all day long, munching on bamboo and competing with each other to see who could tell the best story. It was their way of keeping their mind off a big problem they had. The family had eaten their way through almost all of the bamboo in the area. Would their family be able to find a new home with enough food? And while they waited, would they be able to tell which stories were true and which were not?
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We once knew a beautiful Labrador retriever named Karma. Yes, Karma is a retriever. Whatever we threw out, Karma was happy to bring it back. It didn't matter what it was, she always brought it back. It's the same in life. Whatever we send out, is what we will get back. Our Karma for Kids books hope to instill this simple law of the universe into the lives of young children everywhere. Life can be amazing!