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Permission arranged with Lee and Low Books, Inc. Sam could hardly wait to get going. He zipped up his jacket and patted his pockets. Each envelope was decorated with a symbol of luck. Sam counted out four dollars. Boy, did he feel rich! This year he could spend his lucky money his way.
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Reading Level: Ages We all recognize the joy of Sam who has money to spend any way he chooses. This book will spark a discussion about feeling lucky with what we have and helping others in creative and small ways. Your family can examine the benefits of sharing and discuss how it feels to give. Note that Sam made the decision himself, and the freedom to choose made his decision much more meaningful. ASK : What would you do if you received four dollars to spend your way? SHOW : Look at the picture on the first page of the story and discuss how Sam feels about the money inside the leisees red envelopes.
Last updated Tuesday, April 24, Date s Used: May Synopsis: From School Library Journal: Sam receives four bright red envelopes decorated with shiny gold emblems as part of the traditional Chinese New Year celebration, each containing a dollar. As he accompanies his mother through Chinatown, his anticipation of how to spend it diminishes when he realizes that the "lucky money" won't buy as much as he had hoped. His mood is further sobered after an encounter with a man he stumbles upon in the street. He nobly, though not surprisingly, concludes that his four dollars would be best spent on the barefoot stranger.