This story is about sharing and making new friends. Billy is a little boy who loves his toys and in particular his trains. He wants somebody to play with. However, how he can he makes friends if he does not know how to share?
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One day, his mother's friend and her little boy Chris came over. Mom and her friend had coffee and talked. Billy took Chris into his room to play, but Billy did not want to share his toys; he gave Chris an old ball to play with.
As the afternoon wore on, Billy did not feel good about what he had done. After Chris and his mother went home, Billy talked to his mother about sharing his toys. A week later the two families meet again and Chris invites Billy to play. Billy sees Chris' terrific train and they both enjoy playing with it. In that gesture, Billy and Chris become friends who can share.
This colorful book is excellent as a bedtime story for early learners and beginning readers.
This book has 5-star reviews from 3 of the top 100 reviewers on Amazon:
"The Art Of Sharing By prisrob TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE wrote
"The Art Of Sharing"…. The author, Ayala Saar, has written an important and fun book for children. It is written in rhyme, and this is my favorite kind of children's book, and I know many children love rhyme. This is a story with a lesson that every child will wrestle with. The illustrations by Kathleen Sue L. Millari, are beautiful, vibrant and colorful, and they depict the adventures of Billy and Chris. Parents/teachers will enjoy reading this book to their children. The children may discuss all of their adventures in sharing, and the feelings they have when they do not want to share. The lessons learned are important for everyone. An important book for any child."……
Grady Harp (TOP 100 REVIEWER) wrote :
Ayala writes with a charming rhyme that children will love. The illustrations are excellent and the progression of the story is beautifully paced. A very fine lesson in sharing and friendship in this successful book."
Ayala is a certified personal and business coach. She also have an MBA-specializing in organizational management. After Ayala graduated from the university she has been working in management and in motivating people to fulfill themselves. In the past few years she has also volunteered as a lecturer on professional and personal empowerment.
In her books she combines personal experience with an extensive knowledge that she has acquired over the years. They are aimed so that children will develop life skills, values and good manners
Ayala's books are fun and filled with humor and beautiful pictures so both children and adults will enjoy reading them over and over again.