Having just moved from Korea, Unhei is anxious that American kids will like her. So instead of introducing herself on the first day of school, she tells the class that she will choose a name by the following week.
Her new classmates decide to help out by filling a glass jar with names for her to pick from.
On the day of her name choosing, the name jar has mysteriously disappeared. Encouraged by her new friends, Unhei chooses her own Korean name and helps everyone pronounce it—Yoon-Hey.
Fun dinosaur characters teach young children all about friendship–the value of friends, how to make friends, and how to be a good friend.
With playful full-color illustrations, this book helps kids cope with everyday social situations and learn: who can be your friend; how to show someone you would like to be friends; how to handle bosses and bullies; best ways to be a friend and ways not to be a friend; and ways to settle an argument with a friend.
With exuberant pictures and a tongue-in-cheek sense of humor, the author of I Like Me! takes a light-hearted look at bratty behavior that will have children laughing in recognition while learning exactly how not to behave.
In this funny yet endearing story, one little boy learns an effective recipes for turning your best enemy into your best friend.
Accompanied by charming illustrations, Enemy Pie serves up a sweet lesson in the difficulties and ultimate rewards of making new friends.
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