Tag Archives: Friendships

I Did it, I’m Sorry

Caralyn Buehner Mark Buehner Dial Books for Young Readers, 1998 29 pages Animals, Friendship, Fiction, K-5, Kelli Herlitz Non-fiction This text presents a series of animals facing moral dilemmas. There is a short quiz question at the end of each … Continue reading

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Helping Sophia

Author: Anastasia Suen Illustrator: Jeff Ebbeler Publisher and Year: Red Wagon, 2008 Number of pages: 32 pages Tags/Themes: Diversity, Friendships, K-5 Genre: Realistic Fiction   When Sophia’s regular assistant must be absent for a few days, her general education teacher … Continue reading

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Show Some Respect

Anastasia Suen Jeff Ebbeler Red Wagon, 2008 32 pages Diversity, Friendships, Picture Books, K-1 Realistic Fiction In this text a young boy named Isaiah explains to his classmate Jack why cleaning up after himself shows respect for himself and the … Continue reading

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Vera’s First Day of School

Vera Rosenberry Vera Rosenberry Henry Holt and Company, 1999 29 pages Diversity, Friendships, Picture Book, K-1 Realistic Fiction Vera has looked forward to her first day school for a very long time. When the day finally arrives, Vera is filled … Continue reading

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Max Stays Over Night

Adria F. Klein Mernie Gallagher-Cole Picture Windows Books, 2007 20 pages Diversity, Family, Friendship, Picture Book, K-1 Realistic Fiction   This short children’s book is about a boy named Max whose friend recently moved away to live with his dad, … Continue reading

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Max Celebrates Chinese New Year

Adria F. Klein Mernie Gallagher-Cole Picture Window Books, 2007 23 pages Diversity, Holidays, Culture, Friendships, K-1 Realistic Fiction In this story, an African American boy named Max helps his friend Lily and her family celebrate the Chinese New Year. This … Continue reading

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The Dog who had Kittens

Polly Robertus Janet Stevens Holiday House, 1988 29 pages Friendships, K-1 Fiction In this story the dog wants to take care of the kittens but the mother cat and human owners do not let the dog near the kittens because … Continue reading

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