We Are Not Friends
Two fuzzy friends are having a fun playdate when a new pal hops in. As the day continues, each friend feels left out at times. It isn’t so easy to figure out how to act when everything seems to change. With humor and heart, the beloved characters from Theodor Seuss Geisel Award winner You Are (Not) Small navigate a friendship triangle as only they can.
A simple story about the dynamics of friends when you are 2-4.
The nephew thought the characters were weird and he likes that, but he thought the story was boring and not much happened. I told him, I didn’t realize it was geared to so young an audience and he was too old ...more
Lyra (12): 3. I liked it! Cute, and useful, because you are always trying to think who are your true friends. It can be hard!
Hank (13): 2.5. I liked it, I liked the art ands the story all right.
Harry (14): 2. It wasn't ...more
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Pirates Don't Go to Kindergarten! was the the third lackluster book from the publisher Two Lions that I had read in three days during my Goodreads Awards project. I'd never heard of this publisher before, so I started wondering how they ...more
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Hello, friends! Our book today is We Are (Not) Friends, written by Anna Kang and illustrated by Christopher Weyant, a sweet look at growing friendships.
The two bears (Big Brown and Small Purple) from the previous Kang/Weyant books are back, getting dressed up for playtime, when a blue bunny pops in and asks if he can join. Big Brown welcomes the newcomer, but Purple is less sure, especially ...more
A cute little book about sharing and playing with friends. A great book for preschoolers. The characters show their feelings through words and pictures when they feel left out while playing with friends.
Being friends is great, and being best friends is even better. However, when a new friend comes into the picture three can be a crowd. It takes some good problem solving, but eventually the friends figure out it's fun to have more friends.
Rating: 3.5/5 stars
Best For: 4-6, PreK to 1st grade.
Clean Read: Yes.
Worth a Check Out: Yes. If you are needing to teach about friendship.
Buy It or Not: Maybe. If this is an area you really need to ...more
Thank you to blue_slip_media and @barbfisch for the review copy of this book. All opinions are my own.
All of us knows how it feels when you and a friend are having a great time, just the two of you, until suddenly someone else joins in. This can happen if you’re 3 or 73, or anywhere in between! Once the third friend appears, things are just not quite the same.
Our two fuzzy bear friends encounter the same problem when a new friend bounces in and wants to play. They soon discover three’s a ...more
My daughter is 2 and has a short attention span when it comes to reading...or anything actually if I'm being honest. What we liked most about this book is that it was easy to make interactive. The illustrations are big and pretty simple with a few bold colors that make it easy for her to point out colors or objects when asked. The sound words were a HUGE hit with her. She actively listened and looked at the book as she ...more