Friends Ask First!: A Book About Sharing
  • Friends Ask First!: A Book About Sharing
  • Friends Ask First!: A Book About Sharing
  • Friends Ask First!: A Book About Sharing
  • Friends Ask First!: A Book About Sharing
ISBN: 1534440526
EAN13: 9781534440524
Language: English
Release Date: Jul 23, 2019
Pages: 14
Dimensions: 0.3149606" H x 7.047244" L x 7.007874" W
Weight: 0.3880136 lbs.
Format: Board Books
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   Wonderful book about sharing!
A great book about sharing and the importance of asking first. The infant is being looked after by a daycare worker. Friends are defined as people who work together and ultimately play together.
   Great book for child
We got this book for our 4 year old and it's perfect. Teaches child to ask before taking the toy. The board has adopted a resolution opposing the sale of the book.
   Only Child Success
My daughter only has a 2-year-old who likes most things to be shared. We LOVE Daniel by Taboola She sings the song in the book and is learning appropriate boundaries and sharing her work with other children when she is done, she said. Worth the buy?
   Great book, short and sweet and to the point
Our son has trouble with sharing and specifically with taking things from friends, and he has a hard time doing well when other kids in his preschool take things from him. Four easy-to-follow steps show how to ask before taking something, how to politely say no but share later and how to play well together by sharing. It's become one of my favorites.
   Great book.
She has a boyfriend, and he is Tiger Woods. It's a great read, I'll have to admit.
   Great potty training aid
Great for really those potty training reminders, I keep this by the toilet and read it to my toddler while she is working on her business, she said.
   Great for the price
So nice to have that many good books for children, Libbo said. It's a sturdy board book, but thin pages make it difficult to read. Like a condensed episode of "The Big Bang Theory," the story line is told in a few minutes. Only four stars because on one of the pages, Jodi's backpack is shown hanging on the wall at preschool, yet Jodi is not in the book.
   Ugga-Mugga. We Love Daniel Tiger
I am killing it at co-parenting, he said. My daughter was "being rather aggressive" with the other children, her mom said. Some of the messages are longer than others to keep her attention. But the message about sharing is sound and gives readers lots of phrases to help kids with socialization and taking turns, he said.
   Daniel Tiger is educational and fun
We love Tiger in my house, Tunick said. Daniel is appropriate for my toddlers and he always has a good lesson to teach them, Mrs. Ridgeway said. It was a great read, and my kids enjoyed it. It was short, but it kept their attention and also packed a message about asking before doing. We will continue to enjoy this book until the kids outgrow Daniel or it gets destroyed.