Description : The Girls' Book of Friendship is every girl's guide to getting along and having the best fun together. It features tips on how to find and maintain true friendships that will last a lifetime alongside activities and games to enjoy together. Complete with fabulous illustrations.
Description : A landmark collection of works by acclaimed international and Australian authors appearing in honour of J. M. Coetzee’s eightieth birthday
Description : A guide to the characters of "Clarence" includes Clarence, Jeff, and Sumo's thoughts on each character, their special talents, favorite quotes, and biggest fears.
Description : Explores special moments friends can share such as helping each other with chores or sharing milk and cookies
Description : 'There is no greater desert or wilderness than to be without true friends.' In this beautiful collection, Ruskin Bond puts together his favourite sayings on friends and friendship. From his own observations, recorded over the years in his diaries, to famous sayings by celebrated writers, poets and philosophers, this is a delightful compilation of thoughts on love, friendship and family. Told with the heartwarming simplicity that characterizes Ruskin Bond, this book, much like a good friend, is one you can turn to at any time, for comfort and company.
Description : In this enchanting anthology, Haddon collects samples of the poetry and prose of renowned writers such as Bacon, Coleridge, and Yeats that capture the spirit and sentiment of friendship and its many moods. An elegant and appealing gift book. 32 full-color illustrations.
Description : There are over six billion people on this planet to choose from when picking out your new friends. The Book of Friendship offers pearls of wisdom and practical tips for cultivating new friendships-and making the bonds you already have with your friends that much stronger. The inspiring quotes, facts, and lists within its pages will help inspire you to call old friends, better appreciate the friends you have, and to greet with great expectation any friendships the future holds for you. This celebration of friendship provides a host of ideas and insights on how to further enrich your existing friendships. The book includes 20 little-thought-of activities to do with a friend, qualities to cultivate within yourself to be a better friend, and questions that will help you examine your current friendships. Above all, the Book of Friendship will help you take notice and better appreciate all the good things that friends bring to your life. This is author Cyndi Haynes's second book in the Making Life Better series.
Description : What is a friend? Can a pet be a friend? Are you friends with your brothers and sisters? What if you don't have any friends? A wonderful celebration of all kinds of friendship, from best friends to groups of friends to toys that feel like friends, this truly inclusive book is a great way to start a conversation with children about what makes a good friend. From the author and illustrator team behind The Great Big Book of Families and The Great Big Book of Feelings, this diverse celebration of friendship is perfect for both the home and the classroom.
Description : A fascinating study of friendship, looking first at friendships in childhood and the challenge of maintaining them as adults. Barnard skilfully explores different types of friendships, from the personal to the social, and discusses the extent to which they create and are created by the societies within which they exist. 'As a child I found friendships alluring and confusing, even frightening. What would it be like to have someone you could trust like that? My upbringing was socially and demographically isolated. I couldn't 'do' friendships. I was sombre and bespectacled. To my delight, at infant school, a girl called Dawn invited me back for tea. The return invitation saw Dawn in our dilapidated house, choking on a bay leaf because she had been too embarrassed to ask why there was a leaf in her food and had tried to swallow it. That was the end of that alliance, and perhaps the start of my interest in trying to work out this elusive, potent thing called friendship