Six-year-old Bree Wilson thinks she needs a nametag to make friends on the first day of school. She worries she won’t make any since the class is too busy going over rules and reading baby books to share nametags. Belly breaths and counting help Bree calm her worries until her nametag mysteriously disappears at recess and her extra one falls apart. Bree has a meltdown, but, with the help of her Gifted Instruction teacher, she learns friendships are formed with kind words and actions –not just nametags.
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About the Author
Lisa Rush is a Children's Book Illustrator.
She grew up in Canada and has lived in four different countries and five different states, and now lives in upstate NY with her husband, two children, two Labrador retrievers and a fish her son named Blue Whale. Lisa's first picture book, "When I Look Out My Window," by Nicole Anzuoni, was published in 2016. And "Cupcakes for Sprinkles," by E. Marie Baker comes out later this year. "Bree and the Nametag Worries," first in the series of Being Bree, by Christine Laforet comes out later this summer.