I Am a Good Friend is Available Now!

Book 2 of the “I Am” Series is out! I Am a Good Friend is now available in both e-book and paperback versions. I Am a Good Friend helps kids navigate the sometimes rocky road of early friendships while they are still in the process of developing empathy and understanding feelings.

I Am a Good Friend covers topics like sharing and taking turns, working together, asking permission, handling allergies and teasing, getting help from grown ups when needed and celebrates all the wonderful feelings that come from having good friends!

If you are not part of my Facebook group yet please join! There’s a great offer going on today and tomorrow only – you won’t want to miss it! Will you join the group and be MY good friend?

cover 6-01“Sometimes my friend and I want to play with the same toy at the same time. I want it! But if I take it my friend doesn’t have a toy and it’s not as much fun to play alone.

It’s important for me to remember that I am a good friend, all the time, every time! Good friends know that everyone has more fun when we take turns with our toys.”

Entering the world of friendships can be challenging for young children who are still in the process of developing empathy and tend to view their experiences only from their own perspective. This book is designed to help preschool aged children learn what good friends do in a variety of different situations. They will learn about sharing, working together and taking turns, but also begin to understand more challenging situations such as food allergies and teasing. Not only do they learn what to do, but why. I Am a Good Friend will help the child in your life develop healthy friendships – friendships that could last a life time!

Note: If you purchase the paperback version, you will receive the e-book version free!


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