Browse Abstracts (6 total)

| by Child, Lauren

A girl named Clarice is part of a typical modern family. She really wants peace and quiet but she has a peculiar sister who wears make-up and reads about boys and she has two brothers who hate and love being with her. Eventually, Clarice gets in big trouble and is sent to her room. At last! Peace and quiet.

| by Pearson, Tracey Campbell

Every winter Joe from the neighborhood Snack Bar disappears without a trace. All of the towns people have creative ideas on where he is. But in the end he turns out to be someone the children love...even more than the hotdogs and ice cream he gives them in the summertime!

| by de Regniers, Beatrice Schenk

This book discusses the importance of one's own personal, private space. The book gave various examples of such space and emphasized the importance of respecting other's personal space.

| by Baylor, Byrd//Parnall, Peter

A young girl finds a secret hiding place that a boy found before her. She respects that it is his special place. Her friends are willing to share their hiding places with her as long as the boy finds them too.

| by Crary, Elizabeth

When Matt sees his Reggie Jackson baseball card floating in the toilet, his jaw drops. He is furious that his little brother did that. One thing that will solve his problem is to hit his little brother, right?Wrong!His mother presents him with six ways to successfully handle his anger. After resolving his problems, Matt makes peace with his brother.

| by Nixon, Joan Lowery

Muffie Mouse is determined to help her mom have a good birthday. First, she makes her breakfast. She then makes sure to get along with Tommy Mouse and teaches him to share.
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