A Book about Something

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Vantage Press, Inc, May 30, 2008 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 21 pages
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In this lovely book for young readers, Katrius focuses on some of the more important tools for self-improvement and get along well with your friends, classmates, and neighbors.  Combining easily readable text with appealing, decorative illustrations, the author writes of everyday concerns that will resonate with children and connect with their parents. Topics include "Being Neighborly," "Sharing and Fairness," "Harmony," "Responsibility," and much more.
 

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About the author (2008)

Katrius is a former teacher, tutor, and counselor who now works as an art consultant. This mother of three is a graduate of Roosevelt University and enjoys acting, dance, playing the cello, and taking long walks in the dunes. A Book About Something is the first publication for this resident of Oklahoma.

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