The Farmer's Water Buckets

Children's Book: The Farmer's Water Buckets

Celebrating Our Differences

• Concerned that your child might be over-focused in comparing himself to others?

• Wouldn't it be wonderful to teach them how to celebrate their differences instead?

Let's inspire our children to embrace who they are with all their unique differences using this story as a great example of looking at our differences as powerful advantages we have.

 * Suitable for ages 4-10


This inspiring tale tells the story of The Farmer's Water Buckets in which one of the watering buckets unfortunately breaks. From then on, the broken bucket feels sad about not living to the expectations of others and not being able to help the farmer like he used to before he got broke.

  • Will the cracked bucket manage deal with his difference?
  • Will the cracked bucket still help the farmer after being broken?
  • Can both buckets still be friends?

This book will help you teach your children the value of tolerance, cooperation and acceptance while celebrating their differences. It may help boost a child's self-esteem and realize that being different isn't a negative trait.

It reinforces the view that being different is a positive thing and encourages children to accept the fact that everyone is different..

The lesson of the book best expressed in this inspirational quote by Robert Tew.“Do not underestimate yourself by comparing yourself with others. It’s our differences that make us unique & Beautiful.”

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What other people say

Brian Spero

Amazon Reviewer

The moral of the story is that each of us has our own unique flaws, but those flaws can make our lives interesting and rewarding if we use them to the best advantage. It's a great lesson for youngsters to learn at an early age.


The Coffeeholic Bookworm

My kiddos, after reading the book, have expressed their thoughts about imperfections. They tell me that we should not compare ourselves to others and we must learn to accept what was given to us by God.