More thrilling adventures with Matica and Talon.
The prompts, based on grief research, promote self-worth and healing. This is a hopeful book—something all grieving kids need.
Jerry has trouble being so tall and Robbie dislikes being so small. Having a good friend to help with your problems is sometimes all you need. A book written to encourage self-acceptance
Beginning of Chapter One: Keegan Clarke stared with morbid fascination at the worm sliming its way across his leg.
Teaches a wonderful message to kids not to give up on your dreams…
They will all have as much fun and learn something from it as I did.”
In the end, Andrew not only makes new friends, he realizes that he is “AWESOME” despite having a disability.
The two become inseparable but the love and acceptance Gus feels with Lindy is soon shattered.
This type of counting offers a better understanding of number concepts. So, get ready to count your way around Jamaica, and find out where Chloe is heading next!