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It is a great way to talk to your kids about making and keeping new friends.
As a school social worker, I also highly recommend this book for all groups of kids as it teaches what is a true friend.
This book was VERY basic and geared for a younger child, but I feel that it is a great book for any parent.
Good Book for kids needing some extra lessons or skill practice when it comes to making friends, and how to talk and interact with new friends and old friends.Published 1 month ago by MDB
I understand what this book was going for, but the "creatures" (characters)in it seemed hard to relate to. Read morePublished 2 months ago by lisasmiles
My 7 year old daughter loves these books she reads them everyday. And soon they will be passed on to her baby brother.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
I personally find Marc Brown stories to be boring. But maybe that's his purpose. He gets right to the point with little nuance or literary flair. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Gifted Ed Please
The book is going to be used for preschool-teaching purposes and is easy for them to comprehend and follow. Recommended.Published 7 months ago by JP
I didn't like this book to much for a few reasons.
It was to long - kids lost interest half way no matter how many character voices I tried to make. Read more
When will authors figure out that kids don't care about listening to all of the little dialogue boxes? It's as if they want to overemphasize the lesson being taught. Read morePublished 12 months ago by V. Fender