Wednesday, April 22, 2015

The Things I Love About Friends - Children's Book Review

I received book for review from Insight Editions.  The opinions within this post are of my own and I was not influenced in any way.  Please do your own research before purchasing products or using services.  Your opinions and results may differ.

 
The Things I Love About Friends (March 2015) celebrates the everyday events that make up your child's experiences, while emphasizing the importance of sharing ideas, interests, goals, and feelings with others.

There are so many things to love about friends - sharing ideas, interests, feelings, and fun times. It's important to learn how to be a good friend. This book in The Things I Love series by Trace Moroney celebrates the everyday situations that form the basis of our children's experiences.

My Review:
 
A hardback book with 20 pages, The Things I Love About Friends has the cutest animal illustrations and teaches young children what it's like to have friends and to be a friend.  It's a simple story of a rabbit who explains all the good traits of a friend and that positive peer relationships should be encouraged.  The book is all-around adorable and constructive.

3 comments:

1froglegs said...

When your smaller children start to have "friends" you can't help but wonder how long they will know each other, and what effect a friend moving away will have on your child.

Becky Lyon said...

Hey this book looks familiar! Wasn't it buried in your black hole of a bag? Sorry, I guess that doesn't narrow down WHICH black hole bag...

EricaYouKnow said...

This is perfect for Paysli! 😍