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Friends epub download

ISBN: 0099266121

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ePUB size: 1476 kb

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Rating: 4.2

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Stoneshaper
Great book to learn about respecting others. Very good for 3-4 year olds.
Stoneshaper
Great book to learn about respecting others. Very good for 3-4 year olds.
Marilbine
"Friends" is a nice little picture book written and illustrated by Rob Lewis. This story is about a rabbit boy named Oscar who moves to a new place. Like a lot of kids in his situation, Oscar finds himself needing some new friends. Thing is, he's not sure he wants to play with any of them when it seems like they won't want to go swimming with him.

The kids in Oscar's new neighborhood all invite Oscar to do things with him. Oscar, however, isn't really sure that he wants to. He doesn't want to play with a boy named Charles when he offers to let him look through his telescope --- he doesn't like people who are smarter than him, or so he says. And he doesn't want to play with Maisy --- she invites him to play her drums, but he finds her to be way too loud.

Oscar wonders if he will ever find anyone to friends with. He learns, though, that the process sometimes requires some give-and-take.
Marilbine
"Friends" is a nice little picture book written and illustrated by Rob Lewis. This story is about a rabbit boy named Oscar who moves to a new place. Like a lot of kids in his situation, Oscar finds himself needing some new friends. Thing is, he's not sure he wants to play with any of them when it seems like they won't want to go swimming with him.

The kids in Oscar's new neighborhood all invite Oscar to do things with him. Oscar, however, isn't really sure that he wants to. He doesn't want to play with a boy named Charles when he offers to let him look through his telescope --- he doesn't like people who are smarter than him, or so he says. And he doesn't want to play with Maisy --- she invites him to play her drums, but he finds her to be way too loud.

Oscar wonders if he will ever find anyone to friends with. He learns, though, that the process sometimes requires some give-and-take.