Sharing is probably the toughest thing about being a kid. It is hard to take turns, work together, and find the middle ground, especially when it comes to that favorite doll, teddy bear, or book. In fact, some little ones have such a difficult time sharing that it can often be the most challenging part of starting school. Once they learn how, sharing can make pretty much everything in life more fun and rewarding. Can they share toys? What about books or desks? Absolutely. Even friends can be shared and it often is easier than they think. This book shows how sharing is fun and easy. The children are smiling, laughing, and having a good time working and playing together with all the things that are so often coveted in the classroom. The repetitive rhyme reinforces the message of the book and the colorful photographs help further drive the idea forward. A nice book to have on hand for those special "teaching moments." Part of the "Ready for School" series. 2005, Benchmark/Marshall Cavendish Corporation, Ages 3 to 7.