My Friend Clyde by Jason Kendal
Source: Sent to me directly by the author and his team
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.”
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.
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!!!