‘Leonard in Line ‘ By Jessica Skogstad

Leonard in Line is a story of a young boy that learns the difference between being aggressive, passive and assertive. After lining up in different lines throughout the day, he learns a lesson in treating others fairly and standing up for himself.

Leonard learns that when he is aggressive and pushes to the front of the line, his classmates and teacher become upset with him. He learns that when he is passive and lets everyone else push ahead of him, he is quite sad and misses out. After his teacher reads an important fairy tale to the class – Goldilocks and the Three Bears – Leonard tries to find his “just right” behaviour.

Leonard learns that he can join a line without pushing in, lettings others know that they can’t jump ahead of him. He then sees a girl at the back of the line, being pushed further back. He invites her to join the line, ahead of him.

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