This is the Spanish language edition of Friendship: From Your Old Friends to Your New Friends. When families move from one neighborhood to another, it is often a difficult experience for younger boys and girls. Often, it means losing touch with old friends and having to make new ones. This sensitively written book with appealing full-color illustrations on every page explores children's mixed emotions at such times. The boys and girls in this story recall the fun they had sharing games and secrets with old friends. Now, in among a new group of children, they are afraid of being left out. The narrative helps young readers explore their feelings at such times and guides them through the process of making new friends while keeping in contact with old ones. The book offers kids reassurance―and two pages at the back of the book also present guidelines for moms and dads when moving time approaches or other changes occur. This sensitively written and illustrated book is also available in English.
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Kindergarten-Grade 2-This will be a welcome addition to school libraries as well as personal collections. Parents, teachers, and counselors have all been faced with the challenge of teaching young children about the complex issues surrounding friends and friendship. This informative volume tackles issues such as moving to a new town, the benefits of having many different friends with various personalities and interests, helping one another, jealousy and rivalry, sharing, and fights. Also covered are appropriate gift giving, keeping and telling secrets, and animals and adults as friends. The broad treatment is presented in an adult voice directed at young children. The bright and friendly illustrations will attract even the most recalcitrant readers. The book includes an activity guide and a parent guide at the end. Best used for guided reading and classroom discussions. Highly recommended. M.O.B.
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This will be a welcome addition to school libraries as well as personal collections. -- Library Journal, November 2001
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Descripción Barron's Educational Series, 2001. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería DADAX0764118390