AMERICUS — The kindergarten classes at Southland Academy recently had a special visitor, Ranger Gabe Lasiter of the National Park Service. Lasiter shared a brief history of the 39th President, Jimmy Carter. The children were then treated to a reading of Little Baby Snoogle - Fleejer by Lasiter. The children learned that President Carter had many talents, including being an author. They learned that the story they heard was actually a story that Carter told his daughter, Amy Carter, when she was a child. He decided to pen the book years later and needed an illustrator. He asked his daughter to illustrate it, and so the book was written and illustrated by President Carter and Amy. This is a delightful story about friendship and getting to know someone before judging them. Shown are some of the kindergarten students with Lasiter.
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