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Freckleface Strawberry by Julianne Moore
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Freckleface Strawberry (2007)

by Julianne Moore

Other authors: LeUyen Pham (Illustrator)

Series: Freckleface Strawberry (1)

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Freckleface Strawberry is just like everyone else, except that she has red hair and freckles but when she tries to hide who she is, she learns about true friendship and accepting yourself just as you are.

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This book helps teach young children that we're all different and that we shouldn't treat others poorly because they're different. It also teaches young children that you might not like something about yourself when you're younger, but appreciate it when you get older.
Ages: 4-8
Source: Amazon Kindle
  kleitch12 | Nov 26, 2018 |
She didn't look like anyone in her family but her baby brother. He was just a baby though. She didn't like how many freckles she had, or the fact she had red hair. Then one day she tried to get rid of them. She put on a cover up and no one was talking about her anymore. They didn't even ask her to play. Then she realized her freckles were pretty cool.

Age 3-5
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  SCratsenberg | Nov 24, 2018 |
This story is about a little girl who is like everyone else but looks a little different than everyone else. She has freckles all over her and red hair. In the beginning of the book she realizes she doesn't like her red hair and freckles everyone calls her Freckleface Strawberry. So, she tries to hide behind a mask. However, as the book progresses she realizes that even though she is different her friends did miss her while she was in hiding. Teaching kids about positive self worth and self-esteem.
Age-3-7
Source- In class reading
  KrystalCrow | Nov 11, 2018 |
This story is about a redheaded girl who has LOTS of freckles and how everyone always calls her freckle face strawberry. So she tries to hide her freckles and when she finally removes the hat over her head all the kids said they missed her and was so happy to see her. So she grew to love her freckles and have children of her own with no freckles but hers never went away and that was okay. Age 6+ Source personal book for personal development presentation. ( )
  TerraParks | Nov 7, 2018 |
weaves a story about loving yourself just the way you are
  Freddy_Mack | Jun 5, 2017 |
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To Cal and Liv - my own little, no-so-freckled strawberries
--J.M.

To Melanie - a constant happy spot in my life
--L.P.
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Once upon a time there was a little girl who was just like everybody else.
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