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It's Okay to Make Mistakes (2014)

by Todd Parr

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Presents a series of situations in which taking chances and trying new things can lead to good results, even if there were mistakes along the way.
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This book teaches young reader that making mistakes is okay, because that is how we learn! Illustrations are bright and vivid and will defiantly attract readers to look at the book! Todd Parr does a great job creating real life scenarios that can happen to anyone in this book! ( )
  jadeterry | Sep 28, 2020 |
This book goes through several different scenarios of characters making mistakes. After each mistake, it talks about how its okay to make that mistake and how something positive can come from the mistake. Great for social/ emotional development. ( )
  NicolleHillier | Feb 22, 2020 |
This book explains how it's okay to make mistakes and that they will help you grow and learn and become responsible.
Ages 5-6
Pierce county library
  Miah124 | Jun 9, 2019 |
. A lot of kids have anxiety in todays high stress world. Understanding that it is ok to make a mess or to break something is essential for their development. Kindergarten or pre-k would be where I would read this book.
  ghendel | Nov 28, 2018 |
This book is wonderful because it teaches children that mistakes are okay. You don’t have to try to be perfect because there is no such thing. It’s okay to be different and make mistakes because they help you learn.
Ages- 3-5
Source- Pierce County Library Systems
  JodieHarris | Mar 7, 2018 |
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