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Imagine a world without boasting and bragging to feel accepted and loved.
When Mr. Moto announces a class trip to Echo Ridge, Danny starts bragging how his father has the school record for the longest and loudest echo. The class doesn’t believe him, as Danny brags more than anyone else. When Danny’s father chaperones the outing, the students see there may be a reason for Danny’s boasting.
Find out how Nick, Danny’s friend, inspires support, compassion, acceptance, and understanding of being different while learning a valuable life skill about humility. It’s okay to be proud without having to brag.
Features discussion questions to promote empathy and kindness.
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