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Books with title Making Friends

  • Making Friends

    Kristen Gudsnuk

    Paperback (Graphix, July 31, 2018)
    Danielle needs a perfect friend, but sometimes making (or creating) one is a lot easier than keeping one!Sixth grade was SO much easier for Danny. All her friends were in the same room and she knew exactly what to expect out of life. Now that she's in seventh grade, she's in a new middle school, her friends are in different classes and forming new cliques, and she is totally, completely lost. What Danny really needs is a new best friend! So when she inherits a magic sketchbook from her eccentric great-aunt in which anything she sketches in it comes to life, she draws Madison, the most amazing, perfect, and awesome best friend ever. The thing is, even when you create a best friend, there's no guarantee they'll always be your best friend. Especially when they discover they've been created with magic! Sometimes making a friend is a lot easier than keeping one!
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  • Making Friends

    Kristen Gudsnuk

    eBook (Graphix, July 31, 2018)
    Sometimes making a friend is a lot easier than keeping one!Sixth grade was SO much easier for Danny. All her friends were in the same room and she knew exactly what to expect out of life. Now that she's in seventh grade, she's in a new middle school, her friends are in different classes and forming new cliques, and she is totally, completely lost. What Danny really needs is a new best friend! So when she inherits a magic sketchbook from her eccentric great-aunt in which anything she sketches in it comes to life, she draws Madison, the most amazing, perfect, and awesome best friend ever. The thing is, even when you create a best friend, there's no guarantee they'll always be your best friend. Especially when they discover they've been created with magic!
  • Making Friends

    Fred Rogers

    Paperback (Puffin Books, Oct. 15, 1996)
    Who better to teach children about making friends than the friendliest neighbor of them all, Mr. Rogers! In his gently written picture book, children will see firsthand how much fun making new friends can be. Loaded with real pictures of friends having fun together, this will help any early reader get excited about meeting new people.
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  • Friends: Making Them & Keeping Them

    Patti Kelley Criswell, Stacy Peterson

    Paperback (American Girl, Feb. 28, 2015)
    "Friends" is designed to help you learn how to make new friends, and make the most of the friendships you already have. It's full of quizzes, crafts, thoughtful advice, and true stories of friendship shared by real girls like you.
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  • Lio: Making Friends

    Mark Tatulli

    language (Andrews McMeel Publishing, May 14, 2013)
    A curious young scientist and comic book fan, Lio is the defender of the defenseless and the inventor of a legion of zombie bunnies. Lio is joined in his day-to-day exploits by his exasperated and sleep-deprived father, a pet snake named Frank, a squid named Ishmael, and various imaginary robots and creepy, crawly monsters. Within this humorously macabre framework of sarcasm, parody, and high jinks, sidesplitting laughter abounds—all without so much as a word.
  • Making Friends

    Kristen Gudsnuk

    Hardcover (Graphix, July 31, 2018)
    Danielle needs a perfect friend, but sometimes making (or creating) one is a lot easier than keeping one!Sometimes making a friend is a lot easier than keeping one!Sixth grade was SO much easier for Danny. All her friends were in the same room and she knew exactly what to expect out of life. Now that she's in seventh grade, she's in a new middle school, her friends are in different classes and forming new cliques, and she is totally, completely lost. What Danny really needs is a new best friend! So when she inherits a magic sketchbook from her eccentric great-aunt in which anything she sketches in it comes to life, she draws Madison, the most amazing, perfect, and awesome best friend ever. The thing is, even when you create a best friend, there's no guarantee they'll always be your best friend. Especially when they discover they've been created with magic!
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  • Making Friends Is an Art!

    Julia Cook, Bridget Barnes

    Paperback (Boys Town Press, March 12, 2012)
    Children, age 5 and older, who have a hard time making friends will relate to Brown, the least-used pencil in the box. He is lonely because he feels he doesn't fit in with the other pencils Brown feels like a misfit and envies Red, Purple, Blue and all the other pencils who have fun coloring and playing together. The other pencils have talents to share, but Brown can't figure out what his talent even is! Dark Green is trustworthy, Pink listens well, Orange has fun, and everybody likes Red! Brown doesn't smile very often because he doesn't get used much and hardly ever needs sharpening. When Brown asks the other pencils why no one likes him, he discovers that to have friends, he needs to be a good friend. With Black's help, Brown learns just how special he is, and that he already has all the talent he needs. If Brown can learn to use all his friendship skills, he can make friends and have fun too! In her trademark humorous fashion, author Julia Cook teaches kids of all ages (and adults too!) how to practice the art of friendship and getting along with others. This title is part of the Building Relationships series of books to help children develop good relationships. Included in the book are tips for parents, caregivers, foster parents and teachers on how to help children who feel left out and have trouble making friends.
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  • Making a Friend

    Alison McGhee, Marc Rosenthal

    Hardcover (Atheneum Books for Young Readers, Oct. 4, 2011)
    Clean, cold, white snow! Snow for sledding. Snow for catching on your tongue. Snow for making a SNOWMAN! Is there anything as wonderful as SNOW? Is there any better friend than a SNOWMAN? Snow isn’t forever, though. The wind shifts, the weather warms and snow melts into spring. The Snowman has become something else—the fog, the rain. But, how can this boy forget his good friend? He doesn’t…and he doesn’t have to. Bestselling author, Alison McGhee reminds us all that nothing that has been cared for can ever disappear for good, for, “What you love will always be with you.” And, this tender story about the power of friendship will stay with readers long after they turn the last page.
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  • Making Friends

    Kathleen N. Daly, Maryann Cocca-Leffler

    Hardcover (Parker Brothers, April 1, 1984)
    With the help of Ramie, Otis Lee and Rebecca Ruby come to appreciate each other's differences and become friends.
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  • Lio: Making Friends

    Mark Tatulli

    Paperback (Andrews McMeel Publishing, May 14, 2013)
    Creepy, crawly, slimy, and awesome! Welcome to the darkly detailed world of spiky-haired Lio.A curious young scientist and comic book fan, Lio is the defender of the defenseless and the inventor of a legion of zombie bunnies. Lio is joined in his day-to-day exploits by his exasperated and sleep-deprived father, a pet snake named Frank, a squid named Ishmael, and various imaginary robots and creepy, crawly monsters. Within this humorously macabre framework of sarcasm, parody, and high jinks, sidesplitting laughter abounds—all without so much as a word.
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  • Making Friends

    Cassie Mayer, Mark Beech

    Paperback (Heinemann, Aug. 5, 2007)
    Books in this series introduce children to the character values that embody citizenship. In 'Making Friends,' children view various situations that demonstrate ways to make friends and the importance of being a good friend. Playful, engaging illustrations are used to reinforce students’ understanding of the concepts.
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  • Making Friends

    Janine Amos, Annabel Spenceley

    Library Binding (Gareth Stevens Pub, Aug. 1, 2002)
    Provides examples and tips for making friends, which is sometimes easy and sometimes hard.
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