It's OK to Need a Friend

It's OK to Need a Friend
Format: Hardback, 24 Pages
ISBN: 9780711252028
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Friendship is one of life’s greatest gifts – and one of its most important skills! As Little Brown Bear knows, having a friend to rely on makes all the difference in the world. But in order to have good friends, it’s important to be a good friend. Part of the Little Brown Bear series, this book covers universal lessons on empathy, kindness and emotional intelligence needed to forge good friendships.

See how Little Brown Bear pays attention to how his friends are feeling and thinks about how he can make them feel better.

·       Charming illustrated scenes help little ones reflect on their own emotions and others’.

·       Beautiful vintage-style artworks feature a cast of cute characters to relate to.

·       Poignant and universal messages on the topic of emotional intelligence for young ones, as well as the young-at-heart.

Emotional development is proven to be key to children’s wellbeing, as well as for academic achievement, so help your little one forge friendships and flourish along with Little Brown Bear.

The author

Georgia Amson-Bradshaw is a writer and editor based in Brighton, UK. 

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Format: Hardback, 24 Pages
ISBN: 9780711252028
Size: 8.504 in x 9.055 in / 216 mm x 230 mm

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