New Friends, True Friends, Stuck-like-glue-friends by Virginia Kroll
  

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New Friends, True Friends, Stuck-like-glue-friends by Virginia Kroll

Wriggly friends, Squiggly friends, Laughing and giggling friends, All-kinds-of weather friends, Always-together friends. This whimsical look at friendship presents boys and girls playing together in a variety of settings. Combining Virginia Kroll's bouncy lyrics with Rose Rosely's vibrant gouache illustrations, this book shows the many ways kids can enjoy each other's company every day. This inviting picture-book will give youngsters a warm introduction to relationships.

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About the Author

Virginia Kroll was born in Buffalo, New York. She attended the State University of New York at Buffalo and Canisius College and later became a fifth-grade teacher in the Buffalo area. She has written numerous short stories, articles, poems, and books, including I Wanted to Know All about God (Eerdmans, 1994) and Masai and I (Four Winds Press, 1992). Virginia is married and has six children, one grandchild, and 49 pets.

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Format

Paperback
32 pages

Author

Virginia Kroll
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Publication date

31st December 1998

ISBN

9780802852021


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