Martha Doesn't Share by Samantha Berger, Bruce Whatley
  

Synopsis

Martha Doesn't Share by Samantha Berger, Bruce Whatley

Martha has a new favourite word. And that word is 'MINE!' Martha has officially mastered apologizing. Unfortunately, she still has a lot to learn about sharing. And while I can't say she learns to love it, she does learn that having all the toys to yourself means you have to play all by yourself, too. Not so much fun! The good news is that readers learn the importance of sharing as they observe Martha's stubbornness, her (ultimate) regret and her decision to do the right thing. Martha isn't perfect but she's learning. And that's what matters most.

About the Author

Samantha Berger is the VP of Animation Extra Content at Nickelodeon, where she has worked for over 10 years. Before that, she was an Editor at Scholastic Books. She lives in Los Angeles, California. Bruce Whatley is one of Australia's best-loved and most-respected author-illustrators. His most recent books include the enormously successful and award-winning Diary of a Wombat series,

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Format

Paperback
32 pages
Interest Age: from 5 to 7

Author

Samantha Berger, Bruce Whatley
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Publisher

Little, Brown Young Readers an imprint of Little, Brown & Company

Publication date

4th November 2010

ISBN

9780316126359


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