My Friend Clyde by Jason Kendal (Mini Book Review)

My Friend Clyde by Jason Kendal

14509736Format: eBook

Source: Sent to me directly by the author and his team

Publisher: Authorhouse

Genres: Children’s Literature

Publication Date: 12th November 2009

Synopsis/Blurb (taken from Goodreads):

“My Friend Clyde is the rst in a series of rhyming books intended to educate children (ages 3+) about the importance of treating others with respect. At a young age we begin to look outward and notice the differences which exist in the world. This book is intended to be used as a tool to encourage healthy dialogue regarding these di-erences in a respectful and age-appropriate manner. By encouraging discussion at a young age we can help prevent the onset of bullying and promote respect for all. Discussion questions provided.

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My Thoughts & Review

This is a short story aimed at young children aged 3 and up, and is about teaching children to accept others as not everyone is the same.

It is such a cute book, the illustrations are nice and bright.

I read the book to my nephew and he seemed to enjoy it very much. It’s a thumbs up from him.

I definitely recommend this book for both families and educators. I will also be recommending this book to some of my friends who work with children.

My Rating

💙💙💙💙

Have you read this book? What did you think of it? Share your thoughts in the comments and let’s get chatting.

Happy Reading Everyone!!!


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