Book Review: A Guide to Being a Good Friend for Kids
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Book Review: A Guide to Being a Good Friend for Kids

A helpful book for kids struggling with friendships, providing guidance and examples on how to be a good friend. Some reviewers have concerns about certain language and sensitive topics included in the book. Overall, it is a useful resource for teaching children about friendship.

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  • Like it

    Bought this for my three year old. There are parts I skip like the comment about divorce. But it’s an overall nice book for a toddler and how to be a good friend.

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Age Appropriateness
  • Nice book about making friends

    This is a nice book on how to be friends. Probably best for kindergarteners or first graders. It’s very wordy for young readers, but it’s broken up into little segments. There’s two sensitive areas that it touches, that may not satisfy every reader... boyfriends and divorce. It talks about bulling, and how to approach friends. This is great for older siblings to read to their younger siblings so they can together discuss the subjects at hand. The illustrations are cute, and vibrant and even include a child in a wheelchair.

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Age Appropriateness
  • Great to teach social skills

    And normalize/validate feelings when children have social interactions, new situations or when they are alone.

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Positive Impact
  • Great convo starter! Highly recomend!

    Great little snipets of conflicts or feelings kids may come across trying to form friendships. My kids (3 & 5 y.o.) have really enjoyed the book. We will read a section or two a night and talk about what we read and talk about how (if) they have experienced it and how they felt and what to do.

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Friendship Skills
  • Cute and not too long

    Cute book! Good for a large span of ages, nice colors and relatability for kids

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Age Appropriateness
  • Great for all ages even adults who don’t know how to be friends

    Really helpful. My 19 year old friend still doesn’t know how to be a friend, bought this book in hopes she would understand. Works wonders.

    Sentiment
    • Positive
    Content
    • Friendship Skills
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