Something Else

Something Else

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by Kathryn Cave
     
 

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Something Else tries to be like everyone else. But everything he does shows how different he is. Then one night, Something shows up. Has Something Else finally met someone just like himself? Full color. 32 pp. Ages 6-10. Pub: 4/98.

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Something Else tries to be like everyone else. But everything he does shows how different he is. Then one night, Something shows up. Has Something Else finally met someone just like himself? Full color. 32 pp. Ages 6-10. Pub: 4/98.

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Children's Literature - Karen Saxe
An endearing little creature referred to as "Something Else" lives all by himself and, as his name suggests, is different from others. He eats different foods, plays different games, and looks different. In the beginning of the book, he wants to be like everyone else, and tries, but just can't be and is ostracized for his differences. Then, along comes another creature that is also different than all others. Together, they discover that being "different" isn't so bad, and even has some advantages. The messages of the story are clear, and young children will learn a bit about accepting those who look, or act, differently than themselves. This is a nice book for daycare providers and preschool teachers to have on hand. A winner of the 1997 UNESCO Prize. 1998 (orig.

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ISBN-13:
9780140549072
Publisher:
Penguin Books, Limited (UK)
Publication date:
05/28/2006

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