Synopses & Reviews
A young boy considers eight ways to get someone to play with him. Text encourages problem solving by looking at alternatives and possible consequences.
Now in their second editions, these stories help children ages 3-8 learn to solve social problems effectively and compassionately. Because the stories are interactive, kids are encouraged to consider several different ways of solving problems utilizing a "choose-your-own-ending" format. If your children don't like how the stories turn out, they can go back and try another method. Each book is 32 pages, 7 x 8$1/2 inches. Written by Elizabeth Crary, M.S. and illustrated by Marina Megale.