Cherry Time

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Minedition, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 40 pages
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ItĀ's so hard to play with other children when youĀ're shy, as one little boy can tell you. He hides under the table when his parentsĀ' friends come over, and at school heĀ's too timid to make friends. But when he sees a mysterious girl who hides in the cherry tree every day after school, he wants to be brave enough not to be afraid of her. He gets himself a dogĀ—the bravest dog he can find. And when his new pal takes a liking to the girl, the two become fast friends. She too is very bashful, but now they hang out together in the cherry tree and play every day after school. Though her family will be moving away at the end of the year, they promise to keep meeting at the tree whenever itĀ's cherry time. Here is a beautiful, delicate story about learning to overcome your shyness.

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User Review  - David Reamer - Goodreads

This is one of those stories that grows on you. A story about friendship and letting go, about being oneself. Read full review

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User Review  - Kimberly Entrekin - Goodreads

book shows a great friendship of two diverse people. I love the words. cherry flavored summer. the authors painted wonderful pictures with her words. great for dealing with moving and friendship Read full review

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Daniela Bunge lives in Germany.

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