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Dinner at my friend's house (Attitude matters & British Values)
Publisher: Independently published
Publication Date: 2017-08-02
Number of pages: 28
Dinner at my friend’s house Are you looking for a children's book that is highly entertaining and will encourage your child to communicate confidently and logically? Did you know that good things can happen out of the most unlikely of situations? Meet the Blooms Meet Timothy Bloom. He is six years old, full of curiosity, constantly thinking and always asking questions. Meet Timothy’s mother, Mrs Bloom, she does her best to answer Timothy’s questions and help him navigate through the mysteries and challenges of life. Meet Timothy’s dad, Mr Bloom, he does his best to help and guide Timothy just as Timothy’s mother does, but in his own special way. Timothy has a new best friend called Dean; he gets invited to his friend’s house for dinner and he wants to know what Shabbat is. Timothy discovers that he and his friend have a lot in common and they have mutual respect for each other. Follow the adventures of Timothy. This is an excellent read for early and beginning readers. Each story contains an important moral and lesson. With cute and bright illustrations for younger readers, questions and fun ideas. These stories are great for quick bedtime stories and to be read aloud with friends and family! • Excellent for encouraging early and beginning readers • Great for reading aloud with friends and family • Fun short stories that are great for a quick bedtime story This book is particularly great for traveling, waiting rooms, and being read aloud at home. According to Ofsted, 'fundamental British values' are: • democracy. • the rule of law. • individual liberty. • mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith.
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