Four stories dramatize kids' experiences, using language easy enough for beginning readers. Here are problems children often encounter when first starting school -- and here too is the way each problem can be solved. Story treatment is light, and full-color illustrations on every page are bright and attractive. In Being Bullied, it seems that there's a bully in every playground, but children soon learn to cope. Feeling Left Out tells how children are sometimes neglected by playmates -- but also how they can turn the situation around. Making Friends shows how shy or sensitive children can overcome their problem by making friends. An important step in growing up is taught in Playing the Game. Kids learn rules and cooperation -- and have fun too!
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|Grouped Work ID||e54d561b-d6e2-7303-5d55-15ff02d57712|
|Grouping Title||making friends|
|Grouping Author||petty kate|
|Last Grouping Update||2018-10-10 01:06:21AM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-19 04:03:26AM|
|available_at_plateau||Plateau Valley School|
|detailed_location_plateau||PVS Elementary Books|
|display_description||Jack does not understand that friendship must be a two-way street until he meets Richard.|
|local_callnumber_plateau||F Pet ELEM|
|owning_library_plateau||Plateau Valley School|
|owning_location_plateau||Plateau Valley School|
Friendship -- Juvenile fiction
|title_full||Making friends / Kate Petty and Charlotte Firmin|