Pink Tiara Cookies for Three
Sami’s perfect life falls apart when the new girl moves in next door. Sami doesn’t need another friend, she has Stella. They are the perfect example of best friends. Mittens come in pairs and so do friends, according to Sami.
Bullying can be very subtle, but it hurts just the same. Three can be a tricky number with friends because most of the time, someone gets left out. Follow Sami as she discovers how to keep her best friend and find room for one more in Pink Tiara Cookies for Three.
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Awards & Honors
GOLD MOM'S CHOICE AWARD
Children’s Picture Book & Developing Social Skills
2012 #1 Children's
What People Say About "Pink Tiara Cookies for Three"
Maria Dismondy continues to show her creative ability to connect important lessons to kids.
This book is another example of this author's ability to use humor, current topics, and life lessons to make this a better world for our children.
- K. David
After reading one of Maria's other books, I couldn't wait to read this one.
Again, being the mom of three boys I was hesitant but I tried it any ways. I believe this is one of the best books I have ever read to my sons. They are best friends but often one of them is left out and their feelings get hurt. How can I teach them that three people can be friends and no one is left out? I have tried and failed many times.
This book is about two best friends and the new girl in town who wants to be a friend to them both. How will this friendship triangle ever work? Can three be friends and no one's feelings get hurt? Maria does it again and teaches us all that one can have many friends and still be a great friend to them all!
- Teacher Mama
Through Pink Tiara Cookies for Three, Maria shows children how to keep a best friend and always find room for more.
As in her previous books, Maria does a great job connecting with young children, the problems they face, and the way they feel about them. Maria's books are perfect for building strong character in your students and helping them learn how to cope with the everyday problems they may face with friends and classmates.
The language used and story are easy for young children to follow and the illustrations compliment the text and draw the reader in. A must-have for your character traits library.
- Chalk Talk Blogger