Why is finding a friend to play with so hard? That's what Someone wants to know! All the other kids in his class have playmates, but not Someone. Without a friend, all Someone can do is watch the fun from the sidelines. Will he ever find Somebody to play with?
Authors Jay and Bodie Ostrowski-a father and son duo-use their delightful and whimsical illustrations to guide young readers through playtime politics, encouraging learning and inviting laughter from children and parents alike.
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing
Number of pages: 20
Weight: 336 g
Dimensions: 229 x 229 x 10 mm
"A playful story that teaches children (and adults) a valuable lesson about acceptance and connection. . . . This book is a fun tool for teachers, parents, and caregivers to help children navigate social relationships. We can all learn from Someone about the importance of being open to Anybody and Everybody."-Meredith C. Murphy, Ph.D., Child Psychologist
"Children everywhere will be able to relate to the characters in the story and learn that everyone needs to feel liked and included."-Tracy Winfrey-Edwards, Literacy Supervisor for Montgomery County Public Schools
"Such a great story about learning about acceptance and being included. This book should be in every child's library!"-Christina K. Broderick, Marymount of Santa Barbara Head of School
"Refreshingly simple . . . Originally conceptualized during an end of day chat between father and son, the story became a teachable moment as Ostrowski realized the value in understanding how children interact in new settings."-Newport RI