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by Juanita. Havill




D5 Paperback. 1989. 8.00x8.90x0.20 CHILDREN RELATIONSHIP PROBLEMS
Download Jamaica Tag-Along epub
ISBN: 0395551420
ISBN13: 978-0395551424
Category: No category
Author: Juanita. Havill
Language: English
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin (1989)
ePUB size: 1200 kb
FB2 size: 1304 kb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 938
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Anarasida
Excellent book to add to my First Grade collection. This series is wonderful as Read Alouds for teaching Realistic fiction, and how character feelings change throughout the story. I am very satisfied with the product and the seller.
FailCrew
Excellent book for teaching values and empathy in a compassionate way. The illustrations are amazing at conveying feeling. This is a nice sturdy paperback that young children will enjoy.
Drelalen
great
Jum
Great book, my daughter loves it!
Puchock
My daughter says "It was great!"
GEL
A sweet story featuring a young African American girl and her older brother. Jamaica wants to tag along to Ossie's pick-up basketball game, but he forbids it. After all, it's not cool to have a younger sister hanging around. She sneaks along anyway, and causes her brother and another player to fall down on the court when she springs from nowhere and grabs the ball. She exits to another section of playground.

Castle building proves diverting, but soon she has a little visitor. A Hispanic American toddler named Berto wants to play, too, and is soon messing up the castle. Initially, Jamaica protests, but then sees the similarity between them. They both want to hang out with older kids.

O'Brien's watercolor illustrations are attractive and effective with their warmth and sharply conveyed emotions. This would be a good read aloud to pre-K to second grade.
Ffrlel
I love this book! It helps teach children about empathy and it's one of my children's favorite books.
Jamaica feels sad that her older brother and friends won't let her join in their play. When she turns to play of her own, a younger child wants to join her. At first Jamaica refuses, then she remembers that she doesn't like to be excluded and includes the younger child. My 5-year-old enjoys this story, with its appealing pictures and accessible language. The author shows respect for the reader by not explicitly pointing out the similariity between the two situations, leaving it to the reader to discover the Golden Rule in practice.