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How To Be A Friend

How To Be A Friend
By Laurie Krasny Brown and Marc Brown

Hardcover, 32 pages.

Ages 5-9

This is a fun, vibrant guide perfect for children to making friends and keeping them. With ten chapters ranging from "Feeling Shy" to "Making up with a Friend", these will surely fulfill their many questions when it comes to friends and foes.

The beginning of this wonderful guide starts with "Me, Myself, and I". Although having friends and spending time with them may be a top priority (especially for kids), this introduction explains the importance of enjoying your own company as well.

The story then guides the reader in finding a friend... because some toys are just not as enjoyable without one. Who can be your friend? What are some ways to show that you like someone and want to be a friend? Keep reading to find out! This book is crammed with helpful tips.

"When you feel shy, it takes courage even to say hi to someone. But the more you practice, the easier it gets."

From the creators of Dinosaurs Divorce, every page is complete with their colorful, creative illustrations. To tell you the truth... it is hard to find a blank white spot on the page! Without doubt, children will be eyes wide and entertained.

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