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Martha doesn't say sorry! Hardcover – May 1, 2009
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I found Martha because we so enjoyed "It's Spring" by the same author - if you have not yet seen it, I would highly recommend it in addition to "Martha Doesn't Say Sorry".
Martha acts like a normal, oh let's say, 4-year-old. In the beginning the book says she gives hugs and shares. That's because she understands those things. Then she dumps cookie dough on mom, paints dad, and makes loud noise while toddler brother sleeps. No one takes the time to explain how they feel when she does these things.
Then she wants to do things with her family. They *all* withhold their attention from her (ignore her) until she's forced to say a word she doesn't get! I'd argue the 4-year-old perceives love is being withheld until she says the word that everyone seems to think is great. OK. She said the word. Does she mean it? Does she even get it? Doubt it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Book is very cute but the kindle version advertised audio/video but there were no extra features included.Published on August 17, 2014 by j g goodwin
I bought this book for my daughter, she is around 3.5, a little bit simple for her age. The book has a good quality and worth to buy.Published on January 9, 2014 by a.r
After reading this book to my 3 years old, my daughter magically started saying sorry and apologizing for things she's done wrong. Read morePublished on August 28, 2013 by Rong Li
My 3 year old daughter can't even read yet, and she's memorized every word in this book because she's made me read it to her every night for the past several weeks. Read morePublished on April 12, 2013 by Chan Alvin
I purchased this for my 6 year old daughter for character education for her. The story, lesson and characters are great for a 6 year old, especially a girl. Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by C. Poegel
This is a book with a good message for young children, and the illustrations are charming. You can read this to a three year old.Published on March 6, 2012 by le dernier mot