Jan 112014


Crickets In The Pockets by Yuval Harpaz

File Size: 2055 KB
Print Length: 29 pages
Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Language: English
Text-to-Speech: Enabled
Lending: Enabled

Sometimes big surprises come in a small form.
Open your mind and heart to the wisdom of the elder grandfather cricket
and join Tommy on his fun and exciting adventure to attain
the special ability of overcoming abandoning friends!

Every kid in the ages 6-8 needs to read this book, not only for the fun of it
or its wit but for the successful friendship principles it unfolds.

Stories about feelings for kids are important for developing good social skills.
Get this book of kids journeys and join the happy kids club.

With 13 colorful illustrations and about 23k words
this entertaining story teaches children how they can develop interpersonal skills
and make it possible to make friendships last.

My Thoughts:
What a great book to show children how to deal with the sudden rejection of a friend. The author did a great job of telling a simple yet meaningful lesson that I think young children will like and benefit from.I personally don’t know any child that hasn’t been in the same situaltion that Tommy was in.

The illustrations were adorable and fit the story perfectly.


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  One Response to “Review: Crickets In The Pockets by Yuval Harpaz”

  1. What a great way to share some sensitive subjects with kids. Thanks for sharing.

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