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Tori Comes Out of Her Shell: When You Are Lonely

by Jayne V. Clark

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"Tori the turtle feels all alone. She has just moved to a new pond and a new school with her family and it seems like everyone has a friend except her. Her teacher notices she feels alone and helps her remember Jesus is always her friend and then along the way she makes some new friends"--Amazon.
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I loved sharing this book with my little niece, sometimes it is hard for children to fit in. She was giggling at what happened to the teacher, and was happy that the teacher shared her treasured card, her father had given her. Beautiful lessons learned here!
Besides the story with the colorful illustrations, there are seven pointers to help you child deal with loneliness. Lastly there are pocket bible verses to cut out so your child can have their own.
My little one also noticed some of the animal friends she has become fond of reappear here!

I received this book through Read With Audra, and was not required to give a positive review. ( )
  alekee | Nov 22, 2019 |
Both of my daughters were eager to read Tori Comes Out of Her Shell. They enjoyed the colorful illustrations and spotting characters from other books in the Good News for Little Hearts series. My seven-year-old seemed to connect with Tori as they share a natural shyness. This book focuses specifically on moving and changing schools and I think it would be an excellent resource for helping a child deal with such a transition. Outside of such situation though, it offers a reassuring message to the shy child (or any child) that Jesus is a friend who will never leave them. 5 Stars!

Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: "Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising." ( )
  BeautyintheBinding | Nov 20, 2019 |
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"I am with you always." -- Matthew 28:20
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It was fall -- a season of change.
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"Tori the turtle feels all alone. She has just moved to a new pond and a new school with her family and it seems like everyone has a friend except her. Her teacher notices she feels alone and helps her remember Jesus is always her friend and then along the way she makes some new friends"--Amazon.

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