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Maple & Willow Together by Lori Nichols

Maple & Willow Together

by Lori Nichols

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Two best friends are sisters, they do everything together. They have their own language but don't always get along with another. They put aside their differences and find common ground.
Ages 4-6
Source Amazon.com
  Bec1823 | Aug 20, 2017 |
Maple & Willow Together is a trade book that showcases two sisters love for one another. These two nature-loving sisters are inseparable but go through a rough patch in their sisterhood but learn how to solve it in unique way. The illustrations for this book is just so beautiful and lovely. It's beautiful because the drawing shows how much these two sisters love each other. You can truly see the passion and emotion they have for one another. The drawing are so detailed, expressing the many emotions and events going on. It is full of color because the characters so are bright and cheerful. The illustrations truly capture the moments the each sisters shares with one another. Maple & Willow Together is a good book for teachers to share with students about sibling love. Simply learning how to get along with your sibling no matter what. Because at the end of the day all that matters is the love you have for your brother or sister. I loved this book because I felt a connection with it. It reminds me of when my sister and I disagree on things, but we know that we can't go a day without each other. It truly shows the bonding between siblings. ( )
  s.vang | Oct 12, 2015 |
Inseparable siblings quarrel and make up. ( )
  Sullywriter | May 22, 2015 |
Sisters Maple and Willow experience the joys and frustrations of being together all the time.
  sarah.vargo | Dec 9, 2014 |
Two sisters are inseparable, they do everything together and even have their own language that they communicate back and forth with. Except they don't always get along with each other, but that's okay, because they still put aside their differences to find a common ground for the both of them

Ages: 4 to 6 years
Source: Barnes and Nobles (Personal Collection)
  tedwrds | Dec 7, 2014 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0399162836, Hardcover)

Celebrating imagination and inventive play, Lori Nichols’ follow-up to Maple perfectly captures the dynamics of siblings and their ability to figure things out on their own and find a way to meet halfway.
Maple and Willow do everything together. They love playing outside throughout the whole year, welcoming the sun, rain, leaves, and snow. But it’s not always sunshine and rainbows, because sometimes big sisters can be bossy—and sometimes little sisters can be frustrating—and even the best of friends need a break from each other . . . at least until they can no longer bear to be apart.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:04 -0400)

Nature-loving sisters Maple and Willow smooth over a rough patch in their friendship in their own unique way.

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