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Books with title I Want a Friend!

  • I Want a Friend

    Olivia Jenay Jones

    Paperback (Independently published, June 10, 2019)
    A young boy entering Kindergarten is concerned how his classmates will react to his condition. He wants them to understand it and more than anything, be his friend.
  • I Want a Friend!

    Tony Ross

    Hardcover (Andersen Press USA, March 1, 2017)
    The Little Princess can't wait to start school! At first, she finds it difficult to make friends and she is left all alone. But she soon finds there are other children with no friends, and before she knows it she has more friends than she can count!
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  • I Want a Friend!

    Tony Ross

    eBook (Andersen Press USA, )
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  • I Want a Friend

    Anne Booth, Amy Proud

    Paperback (Lion Children's Books, )
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  • I Want a Friend

    Anne Booth, Amy Proud

    Hardcover (Lion Hudson, )
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  • Do You Want a Friend?

    Noël Piper, Gail Schoonmaker

    Hardcover (Crossway, May 6, 2009)
    A sweet story that helps children ages 3-7 recognize that potential friends are all around them, while reinforcing that Jesus is the best friend of all.For any adult who ever wanted to introduce kids to the friendship of Jesus, Noël Piper's sequel to Most of All, Jesus Loves You! is a wonderful choice.The story begins with a little boy whose family has just moved to a new place. As he sits on his front steps calling out for friends, he is surrounded by a diversity of would-be friends-up and down the street, in windows, around corners; he just can't see them yet. Before long, though, he finds them and they find him.Then the story broadens: "Do you want a friend too?"-"a friend who… loves you? comforts you when you are sad or sick? helps you know God? makes you happy? forgives you when you do something wrong? will save you from danger?" Pointing to Jesus as the only one who cares for us in all these ways, all the time, this colorfully illustrated book helps three- to seven-year-olds recognize Jesus as the best friend of all.
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  • I Want a Friend

    Tony Ross

    Paperback (HarperCollinsChildren'sBooks, July 6, 2007)
    A new sure-fire winner about the assertive, but endearing, Little Princess.The Little Princess has never been a quiet retiring character at home, so you can confidently expect her opinions and preferences to be widely known within screaming distance. Whatever will the King and Queen do with her? And just how forgiving and tolerant will the Maid, the Admiral and the Prime Minister manage to be? Not forgetting Gilbert, the most long-suffering (and gymnastic!) teddy bear in the world, nor the Palace Cats, who threatened to leave home once before.
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  • I Want a Friend

    Tony Ross

    Hardcover (Andersen Press, June 28, 2005)
    A new sure-fire winner about the assertive, but endearing, Little Princess.The Little Princess has never been a quiet retiring character at home, so you can confidently expect her opinions and preferences to be widely known within screaming distance. Whatever will the King and Queen do with her? And just how forgiving and tolerant will the Maid, the Admiral and the Prime Minister manage to be? Not forgetting Gilbert, the most long-suffering (and gymnastic!) teddy bear in the world, nor the Palace Cats, who threatened to leave home once before.
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  • A FRIEND IS ALL I WANT

    MARY ANN MICOLITES

    language (, Dec. 29, 2014)
    From Mary Ann Micolites comes 'A Friend Is All I Want', a coming of age story about a mixed-race teen girl struggling with her own identity and searching for new friends. Cary, a self proclaimed California surfer girl has about given up on making any new friends other than her lifelong best friend Jake. Her love of the ocean, surfing and studying is all she has until others enter her world.... and she discovers so much more.
  • A Friend Is

    Jillian W Boone, K. Ghedin

    Paperback (Read for a Cause, Aug. 13, 2020)
    Sometimes a best friend is someone who just... is: someone who is there for us, however they can be. This sweet little book explores all of the different ways that friends can be friends and reminds us all that in the end, friendship is about the love in your heart... "the rest is just the rest." Plus, a portion of all sale profits from this book will be donated to charity! For more information about our mission and the charities we support, please visit our Read for a Cause website.
  • I Want a Friend!

    Tony Ross

    Paperback (Andersen Press, Aug. 23, 2011)
    The Little Princess starts school in this latest addition to the bestselling series.The Little Princess is tired of playing with her younger brother and is thrilled to be starting school the next day. However, when her first attempts to make friends with other children fail, she is left all alone. Fortunately, she soon finds other children with no friends, and before she knows it she has more friends than she can count!
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  • I Saw a Friend

    Katrina Streza, Michele Katz

    language (Xist Publishing, Sept. 19, 2015)
    All She Wants is a Friend When a little girl goes for a walk outside, she sees plenty of animals that could be a perfect playmate for her. Can she get them to stick around and play? A fun picture book for preschoolers and other young children with lots of prepositions, perfect for classroom use.