Friends at School A photo essay that shows preschool children of mixed abilities busily working and playing at school It shows that given the opportunity children can readily accept each other s differences

  • Title: Friends at School
  • Author: Matt Brown Rochelle Bunnett
  • ISBN: 9781595720405
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Paperback
  • A photo essay that shows preschool children of mixed abilities busily working and playing at school It shows that, given the opportunity, children can readily accept each other s differences.

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    About “Matt Brown Rochelle Bunnett

    1. Matt Brown Rochelle Bunnett says:

      There is than one author with this nameMatt Brown is a professional photographer His work has appeared in many publications, including National Geographic Traveler Matt lives on Fidalgo Island in Washington State.



    2 thoughts on “Friends at School

    1. Gorgeous photographs capturing life in a preschool or kindergarten classroom. It's a good book to prepare a child for school. The children in the class depicted is from diverse cultures and needs.

    2. Age of readership: Ages 4-8Genre: Picture BookDiversity: Inclusion in societyIllustrations: Color photos in block formatMy response to the book: Differently-abled children are friends at their school and show the reader how they play and work together throughout the day.Curricular/Programming connections: Use for PreK-3rd graders when exploring physical challenges among people in their community.

    3. I love how this book has wonderful photos throughout showing what happens during a typical school day. The students pictured are very diverse in respect to age, gender, race, and disabilities. It is a great book for a class discussion about what it means to be a friend and using manners/following rules. I love this one!

    4. For kindergarten children, I would use this book in the classroom to teach children about social skills, meeting friends, and how to interact with your peers. The book illustrate to children the correct way to play and socialize with your peers in the classroom.

    5. Good informational text for preschoolers. I appreciate the fact children with disabilities are featured in the book!

    6. Great SN (special needs) book. There aren't enough books for young children with photos and this one fits the bill. Real kids, real school. I enjoyed the mini bios for each child in the back.

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