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stories to help children accept nobody's perfect

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Othersideofthechannel · 13/01/2011 18:39

Anyone know any good ones?

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cazzybabs · 13/01/2011 19:57

well not quite on the theme but david williams books - the boy in the dress about accepting people for who they are

Othersideofthechannel · 13/01/2011 20:26

That looks like a great book. It's not exactly what I am looking for right now but I have added it to my wish list!

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belledechocchipcookie · 13/01/2011 20:27

It depends on the child's age. There are loads of them.

Othersideofthechannel · 13/01/2011 20:33

It's for a 6 year old with good comprehension skills but also happy to read/be read book for pre-schoolers too.

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belledechocchipcookie · 13/01/2011 20:44

Aesop's fables are very good. I'll have a think for you though as there really is loads.

Othersideofthechannel · 13/01/2011 21:31

That would be great, thank you.

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belledechocchipcookie · 16/01/2011 19:39

<a class="break-all" href="//" rel="nofollow noindex" target="_blank">// Hi, sorry it's taken me a little time to get back to you, I have dodgy internet connection. Someone sent me this and I thought it would help you. Smile

belledechocchipcookie · 16/01/2011 20:27

// there's also this and a book called I Like Myself, by Karen Beaumont. I hope this helps Smile

littlebylittle · 28/01/2011 19:13

Beautiful oops. Part board book, that kind of size about turning mistakes like ink blots into beautiful things. Fab!

munstersmum · 31/01/2011 19:56

Try "Just like You"? Different animals excel at different things & the question is put 'what are you good at mum?'

cymruoddicatref · 02/02/2011 08:25

You should find a book called the chocolate biscuit tree - about a badger who finds a chocolate biscuit left over from a picnic and doesn't want to share it with his other friends in the wood. Instead he buries it in the hope that it will grow a whole crop of biscuits for him to eat. When he loses it, his friends share their nuts, berries etc with him. I love this book. Can't remember the author.

spongefingerssavedmylife · 04/02/2011 15:18

The Boy Who Grew Flowers might suit her/him, kind of quirky but a nice story.

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