Max and Millie are two excited toddlers-but there's only one big red car to play with. Can they learn to share?
Children's Literature - Marilyn CourtotMax and Millie are at daycare and suddenly they both spot a new toyit is a car and Max hops right in. He races around beeping the horn and is having a great time. Millie keeps trying to stop him so she can have a turn at the wheel, but Max just pushes her away. The teacher intervenes and shows them how much more fun it is when one pushes the car and the other steers it and encourages them to take turns. This is a turnaround for Max. He really does like to play with his friend Millie and he has now learned a lesson about sharing. The illustrations are full of charm and children will sympathize with the characters. For those who like to look at and discuss pictures there is plenty here in each scene that offers opportunities for give and take between toddler and caregiver. An "Usborne Toddler Book." Reviewer: Marilyn Courtot
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