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We Share Everything! by Robert N. Munsch
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We Share Everything!

by Robert N. Munsch

Other authors: Michael Martchenko (Illustrator)

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Amanda and Jeremiah on the first day of kindergarten struggle with sharing anything. They want to read the same books play with the same toys. But over time and with the help of their teacher they learn that they can share EVERYTHING!
  trenthamidou | Jun 9, 2015 |
It is the first day of kindergarten and Amanda and Jeremiah are having trouble with sharing. The teacher tells them that in kindergarten, we share everything. Amanda and Jeremiah take their teacher literally and they think of what they can share. They start with their shoes. Then they trade their shirts and finally their pants. They show their teacher that they share and she is proud at first, then she realizes they shared clothing, which she does not say, is ok. However, the students respond that in kindergarten, we share everything.
  kbuffum13 | Feb 24, 2015 |
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  bkumin | May 26, 2013 |
Amanda and Jeremiah are knew to kindergarten. They fight over everything. The teacher tells them that here in Kindergarten we share everything. They take that to heart! ( )
  bekeelen | Mar 1, 2013 |
Genre: Realistic Fiction
Age Appropriateness: Primary
Media: Watercolor
Review: This is the story of two Kindergarteners who are learning to share. Their teacher insists that they share and when they finally agree on something they can share, their clothes, the teacher faints. This story is realistic fiction because it uses people, places, and the situation which are realistic and could possibly happen even though this story is not based on the actual life of any kindergartner that we know of. ( )
  Turtledia | Jan 19, 2009 |
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Le premier jour d'école , tout ne va pas pour le mieux ! Jérémie et Amanda veulent le meme livre , et jouer avec les mêmes cubes. Ils décient de tout partager . Mais rien ne sera plus comme avant !
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0439388244, Paperback)

It's a lesson in sharing for these youngsters — and for their teacher!

It's the very first day of daycare, and Amanda and Jeremiah don't know what to do. They want to play with the same blocks, they want to use the same paint. But the teacher says they have to share... so they share everything. Even... their clothes?!?

Robert Munsch first wrote this tale for the kids in his own daycare classroom — which makes it the perfect board book story!

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:09:11 -0400)

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On the first day of school, after their kindergarten teacher scolds them for not sharing, a boy and girl share their clothes and shoes.

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