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The Friendship Big Book

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This book is a delightful way to teach children about belonging and being. It shows us how to find the courage to make new friends and help those who might be feeling left out. Children will learn the importance of acting with care, empathy and respect. Paperbackback. 16 pages. pages. Measures 42 H x 30cm W.
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The Friendship Big Book

Code
475835
This book is a delightful way to teach children about belonging and being. It shows us how to find the courage to make new friends and help those who might be feeling left out. Children will learn the importance of acting with care, empathy and respect. Paperbackback. 16 pages. pages. Measures 42 H x 30cm W.
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Age Group Pre-School
Minimum Recommended Age 3yrs+
Book # Pages 16 pages.
Curriculum Outcome Literacy/English
Height 42cm
Width 30cm
Made in Australia YES
Paper/Hard Back Paperback
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