Sharing: How Kindness Grows

Sharing: How Kindness Grows

by Fran Shaw, Miki Sakamoto
     
 

Six boys and girls find out how sharing can make friends, brighten up a day, and more in this feel-good book, illustrated by artist Miki Sakamoto. Children can open flaps and follow along as the boys and girls see how situations such as sharing cookies, crayons, and a ride on a swing, can brighten a day. The story also shows how sharing makes building a sandcastle

Overview

Six boys and girls find out how sharing can make friends, brighten up a day, and more in this feel-good book, illustrated by artist Miki Sakamoto. Children can open flaps and follow along as the boys and girls see how situations such as sharing cookies, crayons, and a ride on a swing, can brighten a day. The story also shows how sharing makes building a sandcastle twice as much fun, and how it can avoid fights, and make tears disappear. A wonderful pop-up at the end embodies the focus of the whole story and will delight both young and old alike.

Everybody could use a lesson in sharing these days. This brightly illustrated storybook really engages young readers and teaches them the joyfulness of sharing. The last spread of the book features a charming pop-up circular paper doll chain.

Includes flaps throughout and unique pop-up on last spread

+ Wonderful illustrations ' Mike Sakamoto is the illustrator of WHAT I LIKE ABOUT ME (8/05) and WHAT I DO BEST (8/06)

+ Crossover to inspiration.

+ Sharing is a major part of the preschool/kindergarten curriculum.

+ Great for Back to School!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780794411435
Publisher:
Reader's Digest Children's Publishing, Incorporated
Publication date:
09/05/2006
Edition description:
BOARD
Pages:
14
Product dimensions:
10.00(w) x 10.20(h) x 0.60(d)
Age Range:
3 - 6 Years

Meet the Author

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Fran Shaw, Ph.D., is the author of several books on writing as well as textbooks. Shaw was nominated for a National Book Award for her recent work, Writing My Yoga (ISBN: 0963910027, Pub 07/2004), which explores the nature of writing as a path to awareness. A Danforth Fellow, and winner of three national writing awards, she is a professor of English at the University of Connecticut at Stamford.

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