Jack's Giant Problem
Follow Jack's journey as he learns to think about others
When Jack narrowly escapes from the giant's castle with a magic harp, he leaves a trail of chaos behind him.
Help kids understand the importance of empathy and with this fun Jack and the Beanstalk retelling.
kind and unkind choices
noticing how our choices impact on others
fixing thoughtless situations
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Fans are saying...
"I have read other titles in the Fairytale Fraud series and loved them all, so I rushed to read this one the second I saw it available! It is my FAVORITE by far. A great twist and a huge lesson for kids to learn (on greed and making amends), all in a fun way!"
- E.A, Amazon.com verified review
"Values are something that is sorely lacking in society today. This book (and series) helps gently nudge children into inspecting on how their behaviors impact others. I will be recommending this to our school district to add to our existing socio-emotional learning curriculum!"
- Megan J, Amazon.com verified review
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Jack's Fairytale Journal
A fun way to illustrate to children the value of journalling! Meet Jack again, as he comically reflects on the importance of considering others.
'Jack's Giant Problem' Classroom Guide
Ready made ideas for introducing the book into your classroom.
Inspire your child into thoughtful activities using these fun and creative ideas.
Discuss and debate with these thoughtfulness-themed conversation prompts.
But Jack wanted more,
so he set out one day,
"The giant has gold!
I need beans right away."
Keep the momentum!
Keep the conversations going with these empathy-themed resources, designed to grow family fun and connection!
Have dinner with a difference using a empathy-themed 'Meal Mat'.
Set out on a family mission to be more considerate, with challenges, activities, templates and printables
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