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Books with title Yasmin the Friend

  • Yasmin the Friend

    Saadia Faruqi, Hatem Aly

    Paperback (Picture Window Books, Jan. 1, 2020)
    Yasmin knows exactly what she wants to play when her friends come over. But it turns out her friends have their own ideas. Could a creative compromise make everyone happy?
    K
  • Yasmin the Friend

    Saadia Faruqi, Hatem Aly

    Library Binding (Picture Window Books, Jan. 1, 2020)
    Yasmin knows exactly what she wants to play when her friends come over. But it turns out her friends have their own ideas. Could a creative compromise make everyone happy?
    K
  • The Friend

    Sarah Stewart, David Small

    Hardcover (Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR), Aug. 11, 2004)
    From the beloved husband-and-wife team of The Gardener, a Caldecott Honor BookAnnabelle Bernadette Clementine DoddWas a good little girl, though decidedly odd.Belle lived every day as if she were grown --She thought she could do everything all on her own.Lucky for Belle, she has a friend at home, a caregiver named Beatrice Smith -- Bea -- who keeps a close eye on her so she doesn't get into too much mischief. Through the week Belle helps Bea as she does chores or shops or bakes, and at the end of most days they head to the beach -- Belle and Bea, hand in hand, by the sea. But one afternoon Belle sneaks outside to play all alone, and something happens that changes her life forever. A lyrical rhymed text and pictures that pack emotion combine to present powerful portraits of a girl and her loving guardian.
    N
  • The Friend

    Sigrid Nunez

    Library Binding (Thorndike Press Large Print, April 4, 2018)
    Becoming the guardian of her late best friend's enormous Great Dane, a grieving woman is evicted from her no-pets apartment and forges a deep bond with the equally distraught animal in ways that initially disturb her friends.
  • Friend, The

    John Burningham

    Hardcover (Candlewick, April 4, 1994)
    Effectively capturing a child's perception of the world, a read-along book, featuring simple illustrations and text, shows how well two friends play together, although sometimes they might argue.
    L
  • The Friend

    John Burningham

    Paperback (Red Fox, March 15, 1995)
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    E
  • The Friend

    John Burningham

    Paperback (Candlewick, Nov. 4, 1996)
    Easy-to-read text and drawings describe a young boy's relationship with his best friend Arthur
    E
  • The Friend

    Sarah Stewart, David Small

    Hardcover
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  • The Friend

    John Burningham

    Hardcover (Jonathan Cape, March 15, 1975)
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  • The Friend

    Sarah Stewart, David Small

    Audio CD (Live Oak Media, Sept. 1, 2006)
    From the beloved husband-and-wife team of The Gardener, a Caldecott Honor BookAnnabelle Bernadette Clementine DoddWas a good little girl, though decidedly odd.Belle lived every day as if she were grown --She thought she could do everything all on her own.Lucky for Belle, she has a friend at home, a caregiver named Beatrice Smith -- Bea -- who keeps a close eye on her so she doesn't get into too much mischief. Through the week Belle helps Bea as she does chores or shops or bakes, and at the end of most days they head to the beach -- Belle and Bea, hand in hand, by the sea. But one afternoon Belle sneaks outside to play all alone, and something happens that changes her life forever. A lyrical rhymed text and pictures that pack emotion combine to present powerful portraits of a girl and her loving guardian.
    L
  • The Friend

    John Burningham

    Hardcover (Ty Crowell Co, Jan. 1, 1977)
    Warmth and humor permeate an account of the activities of a young boy and his best friend Arthur
  • The Friend

    Sarah Stewart, David Small

    Audio Cassette (Live Oak Media, )
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