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by Janet Reed Ahern,Drazen Kozjan

Paul is a good boy. Everybody says so. But his new neighbor is enough to try anyone’s patience. She walks her cat on a leash, calls Paul and his dog mean names, and makes a general nuisance of herself. Will the mild-mannered Paul survive the first week next door to Prudence?Debut picture book author Janet Reed Ahearn and illustrator Drazen Kozjan use humor and style to show the classy approach to confronting one's peers. Loaded with color, feisty energy, and lots of good jokes, Don’t Call Me Pruneface! will teach kids how to deal with bullies even as it entertains.
Download Don't Call Me Pruneface! epub
ISBN: 1423119185
ISBN13: 978-1423119180
Category: Children
Subcategory: Growing Up & Facts of Life
Author: Janet Reed Ahern,Drazen Kozjan
Language: English
Publisher: Disney-Hyperion; 1 edition (August 3, 2010)
Pages: 32 pages
ePUB size: 1771 kb
FB2 size: 1633 kb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 911
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My 10 year-old daughter loves this book! I would recommend if for ages 7-10 year olds. It is a good lesson on kindness with a twist of humor. My daughter is a HUGE cat lover and since this book also has a cat in it, it is one more reason for her to love it!
I first discovered this book in the library and new I had to buy it for my daughters collection. The book has some language that some may find not appropriate for young children, but I used this book as a learning tool. I talked with my daughter about being mean to people and hurting people's feelings by calling them mean names. We also discussed how these two children became friends. We have read this book over and over.
We received this book as a gift. Our twin boys are only 7 months old, but we will be reading this book to them throughout the years to help teach them about being friendly, open, and understanding. The story and illustrations are well done and very cute. We are very glad we received this book!
This book is such a delight. Our boys (5 & 9) love it!! As parents we actually try and get them to choose it at bedtime we have so much fun reading it to them. Filled with real life experiences, cleverly placed quotes and fun pictures. For us it is a "must have".