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The Story of Wobbly Willie Cranford

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When it comes to starting the new year off right! The Wobbly Willie Kindness Book Collection just might be what you and your family need to help brighten the minds of our future on important issues that they may or may not understand.
Join Wobbly as he embarks on a journey that not only teaches us how to embrace our uniqueness but he reminds us of how to be kind to ourselve
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Jan 05, 2021 rated it it was amazing
This is a wonderful children's book about a character named Wobbly Willie, who is a short, stout fellow with a unique way of walking. Even though Willie is different from the other people in the town where he lives, he is very happy, in part because others accept him just as he is.
This book introduces children to the concept of accepting others as they are. No-one should ever be ridiculed for their size, shape, looks, or the way they move or talk. People internalize the things that are said abou
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Kathy
Jan 02, 2021 rated it really liked it
This is as cute as can be and the pictures are as fun as the words.
This could easily be read to and talked about to early pre-k kids. I think it is probably an early reader or let's say kids from 5+ might be able to read it alone. Most importantly, it's good to sit down with a child and read. It has a rhyme, it has a kid a little different from others and the activities are everyday life ones. All those points can lead to lots of other discussions no matter the age of a child.
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