Me! Me! Mine!
Alan Katz & Pascal Lemaitre
Simon & Schuster, 2011 (2011)
Reviewed by Bob Walch
lthough he is usually a nice pup, Rocky Dachshund has one major flaw. When he plays, he refuses to share. Whether he's on the play equipment at school, in class, or at home, Rocky's attitude is quite simple – '
Can't you see? It's all for me! 'Cause I don't care! I just won’t share!
bviously, this is a situation that creates some serious problems for the little fellow and those around him. When he plays basketball, Rocky hogs the ball and takes all the shots which means his team always loses. You don't even want to know what happens in the room Rocky shares with his brother!
ut then, one day, Rocky's mother came up with a brilliant idea for convincing her son that
was, indeed, a good idea. From that day on Rocky changed his tune. Now he says, '
I finally see the way to be. I'm now aware that it's good to share!
f course you are wondering what Rocky's mom did, but you'll have to read this book to find out. This is the ideal board book for any youngster who may not be convinced that sharing is something that is really necessary. After reading Rocky's story the child may change his or her '
it's all about me
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