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The Cardboard Piano [With DVD] by Lynne Rae Perkins
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Dec 01, 2010

bookshelves: family-friends, feeling-emotions, self-esteem

Tina and Debbie are friends. They do everything together. And they are similar and different in many ways. Debbie was learning to play the piano but she really wanted Tina to also learn. She made a cardboard piano for her to use. A few days later Tina returned it because she was not able to hear herself playing it and Debbie did not know why Tina returned it. This book shows that being different is not a bad thing.

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