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This book worked out very well for a mini lesson about social skills, and why it's important to treat others with kindness. Read morePublished 1 month ago by bibliophile
Conceptually teaching kids what not to do is a great idea, however this book came across as very negative. I found i didn't want to even finish it the first time with my son.Published 2 months ago by Terry Guzman
I use these at work with clients who are autistic. They love the pictures and understand the lessonsPublished 5 months ago by sabrina
my 4 yr old thinks this book is great. She asks me to read it to her all the time.Published 6 months ago by Alison S.
This is a cute book, but it didn't work for the group of kids I read it to (they have autism and think quite literally). They couldn't get the concept and it just confused them!Published 6 months ago by mark twain