"A delightfully reassuring tale for any child who is going to a new school or having difficulty making friends." -- Jenny Vanderbruele-Retired Special Education Teacher
"We're moving tomorrow and the timing of your book couldn't be better. I read it with my two children, and it made them feel more comfortable talking about our move. I'm donating a copy to our children's school when we move in." -- Patti-Parent
"What's the Recipe for Friends? is a wonderful book for elementary children seeking to meet new friends. The main character, Freddy, accurately depicts the world of a child forced to make new friends when his family moves. The story unfolds in a humorous and caring manner as Freddy's mother imparts her wisdom and encouragement through her own recipe. Author Greg Williamson demonstrates an uncanny ability to understand and communicate with children through his mastery storytelling. I highly recommend this book to young children and their parents looking for peer relationship advice. It is also an excellent resource for professionals working with children." -- Julie Magulak-School Social Worker-Bloomfield Hills, MI
From the Back Cover
"Will I make new friends?" A young boy named Freddy moves with his family to a new town. He is worried that he doesn't know how to make new friends. Luckily, his mom has the recipe!