More lovely books on Friendship:
· Grandma’s Cat Helen Ketteman & Marsha Lynn Winborn
A little girl tries to make friends with her grandmother’s cat. In simple rhyming verse. A sweet story that introduces the fundamental strategy of making friends: being nice first. (Age 3 & above)
· The New Kid In Town Claire Freedman & Kristina Stephenson
Mouse is the New Kid in Town. The other animals warn him about the Big, Ugly, Mean, Ferocious wolf who lives at the top of the hill. A tale about discovering new friendships. Sometimes, all it takes is some courage and a wide-open, gracious heart. (Age 4 & above)
· Best Friends Sleep Over Jacqueline Rogers
Gilbert the monkey has been invited to his first slumber party with his best friends. But will he be all right without his mummy? What if he can’t fall asleep? Who will comfort him? (Age 4/5 & above)
· A Couple of Boys Have The Best Week Ever Marla Frazee
James and Eamon spend a great summer week with Bill and Pam at the beach. The boys are quirky; the grandparents kind and warm; the whole story VERY FUN~ (Even the front cover tickled me …) (Age 6 & above)
I love this theme and there are way too many books on making friends, so I’ll probably carry this theme on for 1 or 2 more weeks. Have you read last week’s list? Remember to check the books out for your kid!
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