The Silly Looking Thing by Eva M. Sakmar-Sullivan


The Silly Looking Thing by Eva M. Sakmar-Sullivan

I don't want to be your friend because I don't like the way you look! That's not a very nice thought! Unfortunately, many children have either had that thought about someone else or have been the recipient of that kind of thinking. It could have been that they were perceived as not as attractive, or of a different color, or because of a handicap. The list is endless. In this story, Itsy-Bitsy Boy Frog discovers that just because someone looks a little different than you, doesn't mean you can't be friends or at least give the friendship a chance. You just might be surprised or shocked at what you find out! Little frog was! . Early readerages 5-8.

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40 pages


Eva M. Sakmar-Sullivan
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Publication date

28th August 2012



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