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  • Be A Friend

    Be A Friend

    by Salina Yoon

    A Heart-warming celebration of individuality, imagination and the power of friendship. Dennis is an ordinary boy who expresses himself in extraordinary ways. Some children do show-and-tell. Dennis mimes his. Some children climb trees. Dennis is happy to BE a tree . . . But being a mime can be lonely. It isn't until Dennis meets a girl named Joy that he discovers the power of friendship and how special he truly is! At its core, this book is a heart-warming story of self-acceptance, courage, and unbreakable friendship for anyone who...

  • Colouroos

    Colouroos

    by Anna McGregor

    When three differently coloured mobs of kangaroos come together, they discover that they have more in common than they expect. A vibrant and colourful celebration of diversity. Deep in the heart of the Red Centre lived a mob of red kangaroos. During a long, hot drought, the thirsty roos went searching for water. When three different groups of kangaroos - red, blue and yellow - all come to the same watering hole, they aren't sure what to make each of other at first. But they soon they discover that they...

  • Friends (Eric Carle)

    Friends (Eric Carle)

    by Eric Carle

    Once there were two friends who were always together . . . But one day, the boy was all alone.  His friend was gone. When a beloved playmate moves away, it can be painful for the child who is left behind.  But the plucky boy in this upbeat story makes up his mind to find his missing friend.  Young readers will cheer him on his quest, as they respond to the humour and fantasy of the story and the poetic imagery of the illustrations.  And they will...

  • Friends (Mies Van Hout)

    Friends (Mies Van Hout)

    by Mies Van Hout

    Friends tells the story of the emotional ups and downs of friendship through a group of loveable monsters – from fighting and teasing to laughing and cuddling. Each spread features one emotionally charged word and a characterful scribbly illustration. There’s plenty to explore in the expressions of the monsters, whether it’s the mischievous delight of pinching a friend or the meaningful glance that says just how much you miss a special monster. Little monsters of all ages will love this book. *Author Bio:* *Mies van Hout* studied at the Arts Academy...

  • Friends Always

    Friends Always

    by Tanja Wenisch

    *Publish Date*: March 2014 I'm never playing with Quentin again! Never, never, NEVER! I can play with Tony — he likes dinosaurs. I can play with Nadia — she likes tea parties. I can play with Jerry — he likes hide-and-go seek. I can play with Estelle — she makes me laugh. Or I can play with Quentin. Wonder what he's doing? Reading this book with your child can be a fun way to talk about friendship, conflicts with friends, and forgiveness. A Note to Parents and Caregivers written...

  • Hi, What's Your Name, Are We The Same?

    Hi, What's Your Name, Are We The Same?

    by Bronwyn Anderson

    This book is about children who are not defined by labels, but by their character, different qualities, and talents. As you meet them you will see that these children are unique and happy in their own skin and have created a positive self-image for themselves and for those around them. Furthermore, it is a journey for the reader of self-exploration and promotion of equality for children. Children reading this book will create a strong sense of self-awareness and see children with a difference as children just like them, with...

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