I used this story in his classroom as a social skills lesson on how to overcome your frustrations.
The large pages, cute animal characters, and minimal text make this a good book for oral reading or a group presentation.
The book also teaches kids to ask for help when they need it and usually there is another person having the same trouble.
The book was very realistic. My 7 year old son could relate to this book without any hints, also good for teachers to read to their class when there is a child with dyslexia or... Read morePublished 16 months ago by E. Lee
Stan wants to do a great birthday card for Mr. Slippers, the principal. But when he tries to write, his words come out back to front and upside down! Read morePublished on March 29, 2013 by This Kid Reviews Books
This is a great book for young children who are afraid to ask for help in /any/ subject, though it is especially good for children getting ready to go off to a new class or a new... Read morePublished on July 23, 2012 by Mirrani