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Two Girls Can by Keiko Narahashi

Two Girls Can (edition 2000)

by Keiko Narahashi, Keiko Narahashi (Illustrator)

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Title:Two Girls Can
Authors:Keiko Narahashi
Other authors:Keiko Narahashi (Illustrator)
Info:Margaret K. McElderry (2000), Edition: 1st, Hardcover, 32 pages
Collections:Your library
Tags:Easy, Prek-1, Gr.k-1

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Two Girls Can by Keiko Narahashi



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how two girls can do many things together, and the more people you add the more friends you get and the more things you can do.
  cadyVdean | Dec 8, 2014 |
This is a book about all the things two girls can do together. They can hold hands, fly a kite, get wet, play leapfrog, and share. They can be friends, twins, or sisters! They can get mad at each other, make up with each other, and be quiet together. And they can dance! But any number of girls can dance together! A great book for ages 3-5.
(Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Library)
  EmilyDean | Feb 24, 2014 |
A story about what friends are. They always have their ups and downs, but they can do so much together. More friends can do even more.
Ages: 2-3
Source: Pierce College Library
  RachelHollingsworth | Feb 5, 2014 |
A book where girls are just being girls. This book reminded me of my bestfriend and I. We been best friends since ninth grade in high school and we been through all of these emotions except getting mad at one another. Girls are east to get along with and love to have fun. This book was very creative and playful. ( )
  MaryEttaJ | Jan 28, 2013 |
Cute book about two girls and all of the things they can do together. At the end, two girls can dance, and so can three and four, and everybody! Teaches about friendship and including others. ( )
  Cfmichel | Jan 28, 2013 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0689826184, Hardcover)

In this happy playful book for small children, a fine artist whose work has been widely praised and greatly enjoyed by young and old demonstrates many of the ways in which little girls share their activities with each other.

Two girls can fly a kite, seesaw, play leapfrog, climb a tree, pretend they're twins, be quiet together and read -- any number of simple, easy, fun-to-do things. All of these and more are enchantingly pictured in Keiko Narahashi's glowing watercolor paintings that catch the essence of little girls and their friendships.

Young readers will see themselves in these gaily colored, action-filled pictures and will delight in this charming recognition of all the things they can do.

(retrieved from Amazon Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:03:54 -0400)

Two girls celebrate all the things that friends can do together.

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