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What is a Friend?

What is a Friend?
What is a Friend?
Reads: 
190
Pages: 
38
Average: 3.5 (2 votes)
3.5

This delightful book helps to define the special qualities of friendship for young readers, providing examples of actions that children will relate to and also putting meaning into those sometimes difficult-to-understand situations with friends. A "must read" for children that are developing social skills and learning about friendship.

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conall's picture
This was fun to read. I have lots of friends at school.

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Pages: 38
Reading Level: Intermediate (6 to 9)
Language: English
ISBN: 978-09762743-8-4
Categories: Family & Friends, Growing Up, Lessons
Features: Illustrations
Keywords: making friends, social
Date Added: March 13, 2013
What is a Friend B y E tan Bo r i t ze r I l lu s t ra ted b y Je f f Ve rnon Copyright by Etan Boritzer All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means electronic mechanical photocopying recording or otherwise without the written permission of the Publisher VLB Veronica Lane Books wwwveronicalanebookscom email booksveronicalanebookscom Lincoln Blvd Ste Los Angeles CA USA TelFax  Intl  Library of Congress CatalogingInPublication Data Boritzer Etan What Is a Friend by Etan Boritzer Illustrated by Jeff Vernon 1st Edition p cm SUMMARY Presents children with an understanding of the dynamics of interpersonal relationships Audience Grades K  ISBN Hardbound ISBN Paperback The Library of Congress No2008935793 W hat is a friend What does a friend look like What does a friend sound like How does a friend act How does a friend not act Maybe a friend is not just about the stuff we see on the outside of a person but maybe a friend is more about the stuff on the inside of a person What does a friend look like inside