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by Trudy Ludwig

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When Jack makes friends with Charlie, a trouble-maker, he learns the difference between an insincere apology and showing that you are truly sorry. Includes information for parents.
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Back matter: Questions for discussion, Apology Do's and Don'ts,
  uucmp | Mar 24, 2019 |
This book is important to read to children to teach them the difference between a real apology and just saying 'sorry' . Charlie has made other kids unhappy with his penchant for being untruthful. Kids need to learn this lesson.
  sharp87 | Mar 9, 2018 |
A little boy named jack thinks he can do anything as long as he says he is sorry. He thinks he can get away with anything. until he learns this is not true. He learns the true meaning of forgiveness and that when you say you are sorry you rally mean it and it means you do not do it again.
Age- 3-5
Source- pierce county library
  dfranklin18 | Feb 26, 2018 |
I'm sure you've heard an "I'm sorry" that has been simply dripping with insincerity! This is the story of Jack's friend, Charlie, who seems to think he can get away with anything if he simply says "sorry". He has learnt that most of the time grown-ups tend to back down once the "I'm sorry" is said. This story shows us that there's a lot more to a real apology than a simple "sorry".
Review by: Fiona
  Scopuslrc | Aug 21, 2012 |
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