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My Friend and I

by Lisa Jahn-Clough

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a little girl and boy get into a fight about a bunny. they end up breaking the bunny and stop being friends. the little girl apologizes for breaking the boys bunny and they become friends again.
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  TUCC | Nov 14, 2016 |
In this book, a young girl makes a new friend-the boy that moves in next door. She shares about all of the things that they enjoy doing together. One day, the boy gets a special toy and as they begin to fight over it, it breaks. The story explores the feelings of both of the children and the girl finds that she is sad without her friend-so she decides to go and help him to fix his toy.
This story demonstrates making good choices, sharing, confidence, sadness, anger, inappropriate choices, forgiveness and friendship.
Age: 3 and up
Source: TCC ELC (Early Learning Center) ( )
  cintaclara_luna | Aug 14, 2015 |
Age 4-7
Another great book about sharing. Two children play together everyday, quite well but one day one of the kids has a new toy and doesn't want to share.
  Megan7707 | Aug 12, 2015 |
This book is about a little girl who loved to play with her toys. Then, a little boy moved in next door whom she started to play with. They got along great until they fought over a toy and tore it. They decided not to be friends. After a while the little girls came back and asked what he was doing. He was fixing the bear. The fixed it together and became friends again.
  DaniGreen | Aug 12, 2015 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0618391088, Paperback)

Two small children become new friends and have wonderful days playing together with their toys. But when one friend gets a new toy that he is reluctant to share, the friends are no longer so friendly. This story, told in clear, simple dialogue with bright, childlike illustrations, gives straightforward insight into the complications that can threaten even the best of friendships. The youngest audience will delight in the simple resolution that mends these friends’ relationship as well as their toy.

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A young girl makes friends with the new boy next door, and when they have a fight, she discovers that she misses him.

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