• Enemy Pie (Reading Rainbow Book, Children's Book about Kindness, Kids Books about Learning)
  • Enemy Pie (Reading Rainbow Book, Children's Book about Kindness, Kids Books about Learning)
  • Enemy Pie (Reading Rainbow Book, Children's Book about Kindness, Kids Books about Learning)
  • Enemy Pie (Reading Rainbow Book, Children's Book about Kindness, Kids Books about Learning)
  • Enemy Pie (Reading Rainbow Book, Children's Book about Kindness, Kids Books about Learning)
ISBN: 081182778X
EAN13: 9780811827782
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 1, 2000
Pages: 40
Dimensions: 0.5" H x 10.8" L x 8.75" W
Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Format: Hardcover
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5
   Entertaining book for all ages
For all ages, great book for all ages. It helps teach children not to form an opinion or judge others until you really get to know them. The story is told in the first person and there are funny parts here and there. The sides are filled with colorful illustrations. I don 't want to post spoilers, but at the end there is a plot twist.
 
5
   great for peer relationships
This book is wonderful to use in the elementary school for peer relationships. This book can also be used with bullying and relational aggression. I use this book time and time again not only with indidivudal students, but with whole classroom lessons!
 
5
   Excellent Resource
I use this in my own therapy practice and is a very effective springboard for in-depth conversations about communication and social skills.
 
5
   Great book. My 7 year old read and enjoyed ...
Got it for reading a great project. Fair book. My 7 - year old read and enjoyed it. I '' find illustrations a bit bizarre, but my son found it funny.
 
5
   Delightful!!!
This is a great book that teaches a lesson on how to get along with one's enemies. I have shared this in a worship setting at the church and look forward to sharing it with my grandchildren. Those who heard that book at our church were adults, youth and children. It is good for all age groups. It is good for all.
 
5
   I’dFriends or Enemies? Dad has the perfect solution to a pain on the playground , and all he wants
A father helps his son to deal with first impressions when it is just a relationship away. The experience of knowing someone often makes one's attitudes change and misconceptions abate. Along with boy '', who is just rolling along fine until modern technology and the new kid cause him to question his loyalties.
 
5
   Great book for 10 & under
How to handle a bully addressed in a clever way that the elementary students I counseled got : They were enthusiastic about trying the plan...
 
5
   A great book about friendship and being a friend
A creative father teaches his son how to make a friend out of an enemy. It's a great story with a built-in lesson on friendship, feel good. Kids in our 2nd grade classroom listened intently to it and were able to grasp the lesson that it teaches. Highly recommended. Highly recommended.
 
5
   Nice addition to our bookshelf
Really cute book with nice message. Both my boys loved it. It is aloud's perfect bedtime read aloud.
 
5
   great lesson
This book has an excellent message, strong feelings and children love it. I read it with 2nd to 5th graders and they were all engaged the entire time!
 
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