You Can't Please Everyone!
Ellen Flanagan Burns
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Kinder- und Jugendbücher / Kinderbücher bis 11 Jahre
This is a hopeful, helpful story for kids who need reassurance that they can be nice to others and be true to themselves.
Ellie feels like she is disappointing people if she says “no.” One way or another, she thinks she is hurting someone’s feelings. Or she puts other people’s wants or needs in front of her own. With help from her parents and her teacher, Ellie finds the strength to be honest with people and do the right thing for herself by learning how to say “no.”
Chapter One: Put on the Spot
Chapter Two: Heavy Feelings
Chapter Three: Jenna the Jacket
Chapter Four: Empty Cup
Chapter Five: It’s Not My Job to Pick Your Ice Cream
Chapter Six: It’s Okay to Say No
Chapter Seven: Not Guilty
Chapter Eight: Doing the Right Thing, Not the Pleasing Thing
Chapter Nine: Friends for Life
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