Kramer & Jack Make Choices!

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Xlibris Corporation, Sep 15, 2011 - Family & Relationships - 36 pages
Reader Reviews I thought the book charming and valuable for the lessons about sharing and adapting to a situation that most children must deal with. Testing my evaluation, I borrowed a neighbors children, 5 and 7, and read Kramer and Jack Make Choices to them. They loved the story and the illustrations, remarking that it was just like their own relationship. The following day they knocked at my door asking to have me read it to them again certainly the best endorsement of all! Natalie F. Stein, Retired Librarian This new book is a great sequel to Kramer Makes David Smile. Jack now is supposed to welcome his baby brother with open arms (while jealous about his getting so much attention). The dog and cat get along fine. Jack eventually adapts to his brother and the author uses words like mitigated and adapted and compromise. I love that, because children learn great new words while they are enchanted by this wonderful story, and its pictures. This story is perfect for the classroom or at bedtime, because the lesson it teaches is a memorable one. Lois Geller Elementary School Teacher

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Nine year old Jack learns with his sixteen year old cat, Kramer, that life requires choices. Sometimes these choices are hard to make, especially when a new baby is born and seems to be the center of everyone’s attention. In “Kramer and Jack Make Choices”, Jack begins to understand the meaning of compromise: he must adapt and accept what life deals him. Kramer seems to know all this intuitively.

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