The Good Egg by Jory John
A virtuous egg spends his time helping people out. “I do all kinds of good things. Like… I’ll carry your groceries. I’ll water your plants. I’ll change your tires. I’ll paint your house. If you need any help whatsoever, I’m your egg.” Whether this help is helpful or actually needed is another matter!
The good egg has 11 siblings who spend more time carrying out pranks than being good. One day The Good Egg starts to crack (literally) from the pressure of perfection. He takes a much needed break where he learns to live a more balanced life.
Teaching Resources: The Good Egg by Jory John
These resources relate to the book, author and illustrator. The number of resources varies book to book. Please check they are appropriate for your specific needs before using them with children. If you have any suggestions please get in touch!
- Commonsense Media: Review and Comprehension Questions for The Good Egg
- Counselor Keri: School Counseling Activities for The Good Egg
- Harper Kids: The Good Egg Storytime Activities
- John Jory Official Website
- Psychology Today: Thoughts on a Balanced Life
- Reading to Kids: Discussion topics
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