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Books with title Sharing

  • Sharing Time

    Elizabeth Verdick, Marieka Heinlen

    Board book (Free Spirit Publishing, Aug. 1, 2009)
    Sometimes it’s fun to share, and sometimes it’s hard. This book offers toddlers simple choices (take turns, use the toy together, wait for another time) to make sharing easier, and shows them where to turn for help when sharing is difficult. Little ones learn that sharing can mean double the fun—and sharing a while can make someone smile! Includes tips for parents and caregivers.
  • Sharing a Shell

    Julian Clary, Julia Donaldson, Pan Macmillan Publishers Ltd.

    Audiobook (Pan Macmillan Publishers Ltd., June 12, 2007)
    The tiny hermit crab loves his new shell, and he doesn't want to share it, not with a blobby purple anemone and a tickly bristleworm. But life in the rock pool proves tougher than Crab thinks, and soon he finds he needs his new housemates in this rollicking story of sea, shells, and friendship. A sparkling tale of the seaside and sharing, by the author of The Gruffalo.
  • Sharing & Caring

    Courtney Carbone, Andrea Cagol, Fabio Laguna

    Paperback (RH/Disney, Dec. 23, 2014)
    Ariel, Rapunzel, Merida, Cinderella, and the rest of the Disney princesses share their tips for sharing and caring in this rhyming storybook featuring 16 friendship cards and over 30 reward stickers. It's perfect for children ages 3 to 7!
  • Sharing

    Sam Williams

    Paperback (Rourke Educational Media, Aug. 1, 2012)
    Sharing Is Sometimes Hard For Young Students. This Book Talks About Different Things And Ways You Can Share To Get Along Better With Your Classmates And Friends. Complete K-5 Social Skills Collection. Paired With A Fiction Social Skills Title.
  • Sharing a Shell

    Julia Donaldson

    Board book (Macmillan Children's Books, April 4, 2019)
    When Crab finds a new shell, he doesn’t want to share it with anyone – especially not a blobby purple anemone and a tickly bristleworm. But life in the rock pool proves tougher than Crab thinks and he soon finds he needs his new housemates. Sharing a Shell is a charming underwater tale of friendship and fun from the stellar picture book partnership of Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks, creators of What the Ladybird Heard. With brilliant rhythmic verse, bright and distinctive illustrations and a gorgeously glittery cover, this is a firm favourite with children and parents alike.Enjoy all the stories from Julia Donaldson and Lydia Monks: Sharing a Shell, The Princess and the Wizard, The Rhyming Rabbit, The Singing Mermaid, Sugarlump and the Unicorn, Princess Mirror-Belle and the Dragon Pox, What the Ladybird Heard, What the Ladybird Heard Next, What the Ladybird Heard on Holiday and The Girl, the Bear and the Magic Shoes.
  • Sharing

    David Clayton

    language (, Feb. 17, 2013)
    Follow a boy, a snake, a bear, and a spider as they learn about and find ways to share.

    Donna Cardellino

  • Sharing

    A.H. Walters, Rubie Walters

    language (, Nov. 8, 2012)
    This series brings the antics of my little monsters to you. In 'Lil' Monsters: Sharing,' Doodle learns that sharing is more than just lending a toy to his little brother.
  • Sharing

    Tracy Gallo, Karen Dugan

    Paperback (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt School Publishers, Jan. 9, 2006)
    This is Grade 1, Level 1, Book 1 in the Houghton Mifflin Leveled Books series. The book info is as follows: Level: C / DRA: 4 / Genre: Informational Text / Strategy: Summarize / Skill: Main Idea / Word Count: 107
  • Sharing

    Kathryn Kyle

    language (Wonder Books, Jan. 1, 2014)
    Simple text describes sharing and what it means to share with others. Mother Teresa and her ability to unconditionally share with others is given as a positive example of sharing. An end section offers suggestions on how readers can share with others in their own lives.
  • Sharing

    Sandbox Learning

    language (, Dec. 4, 2011)
    The Sandbox Learning characters are learning to share. The story helps children understand why it is important to share and what to do when someone will not share with them.
  • Sharing Boo Boo

    Amanda Rogers

    language (, June 4, 2016)
    More women today are having children at a later age, resulting in a smaller age gap between siblings. Additionally, more women are embracing Attachment Parenting, as well as the most recent WHO recommendations on breastfeeding until at least the age of two, and beyond. Consequently, tandem nursing a toddler and a newborn is becoming more and more common.Despite the plethora of books available to help prepare a child for the arrival of a new baby, there are no resources to prepare this growing group of toddlers to share "boo boo" with their new brother or sister.Sharing Boo Boo is the first book of its kind to help prepare your nursing toddler for a tandem nursing relationship with his or her new sibling.