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The book: While the animals are vying for the most charisma, the raccoon says nothing about his magnificent "mask" and amazing "tail bracelets". He rejoices only in the joy of everyone. What is the secret of this joy that makes this incredible animal always smile and never grieve? Will the animals find out?
Jealousy is a familiar feeling to children, as they are at a certain stage of development characterized by egocentrism. However, it is often confused with anger. What are the limits of the two emotions and how will children realize that when they stop comparing themselves to others and appreciating their own potential, they will feel safe and free to enjoy the difference of our world and the joy of life?