A gardener son and a Potter daughter
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This traditional fable is usually told of a father who has raised two daughters. One daughter marries a farmer and the other a potter. Here two grandparents have a farmer son and a potter daughter and they visit them. The traditional fable usually ends with the conundrum: "What should I pray for, sunshine or rain?" In this present version, the grandmother addresses her husband's conundrum. On a sunny day, think of the potter. On a rainy day, think of the farmer. He answers "It is true, you are so smart." The stated moral is "To be an optimist, neither happiness or sorrow, it is on our heart." This can be a difficult moral to decipher. The English is sometimes difficult in this story, as when the daughter in the story is called a pottery. The front-cover on both sides has symbols for Green Life publishing, Green Ocean paper, and yessoy ink. The publisher's symbol seems to be two purple heads reading an open red book; it is repeated three times. There is a page of vocabulary on the inside back cover, with a picture of all six books in the series on the back cover. The pamphlet is twelve pages long, about 7½" x 6¾".
Reading Support Foundation: Greenlife Printing