On a tiny farm in the countryside of old Spain, a boy is already showing promise in his young life when his father suddenly takes ill. As Peter embarks on an unexpected solo journey to take his family’s vegetables to market, he must call upon their Good Providence to help as he faces an unforeseen obstacle. Now only time will tell if Peter can learn to rely on his inner wisdom in enough time to solve a big problem.
Ravi is doing his best to adjust to his new country and third grade. Unfortunately, he does not understand much of anything about the American culture. While his teacher discusses the Thanksgiving holiday, Ravi is mentored by a fellow student, Sarah, who teaches him about the traditions of this special day. After Ravi tells Sarah about a similar celebration in his homeland of Sri Lanka, their two cultures soon intertwine in a beautiful celebration of acceptance.
Learning to Be Oneself shares two stories, told both in English and Spanish, that teach children a valuable lesson about self-reliance and celebrate cultural differences.