Book Review, Picture Books

I’m Sorry by Barry Timms & Sean Julian

Scribble the squirrel and Swoop the owl are the best of friends. They enjoy spending time together so much that they decide to find a home they can share. Everything’s going well until they both want to use the spacious veranda for their own hobbies – Scribble for writing plays and Swoop for making and building things.

Even the best of friends don’t always see eye to eye and disagreements can happen. What’s important is not getting hung up on the argument and trying to find a way to put things right. It all starts with a very important word – Sorry – but it only works if you really mean it.

This story helps children to explore friendship, falling out and the value of admitting when you are wrong. Apologies are not easy but so necessary. Through Scribble and Swoop’s experiences young readers see that an argument doesn’t mean the end of a friendship and that they can start again with kindness and forgiveness.

Thank you Little Tiger Press.

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