What I Do Best by Allia Nolan

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The kids in What I Do Best! all have unique talents. Some sing & dance, while others can fold a basket of laundry in two minutes flat. Some paint (each in her own distinctive style), while others do a super job caring for the household pets. In this sequel to the best selling What I Like About Me!, kids learn an important lesson in self-esteem: whatever they do well is a talent they can feel good about. Even better, this entertaining book, which features pull tabs, touch-and-feel elements, fun flaps, & more, proves to kids that doing anything well is a reason to celebrate.
 

About Allia Nolan

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Zobel-Nolan has had a 15-year career as a writer and author. She is Senior editor of religious books at Reader's Digest Children's Publishing.
 
Published August 1, 2006 by Reader's Digest. 14 pages
Genres: Children's Books.

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Like its predecessor, this chipper if somewhat strained paper-over-board follow-up to What I Like About Me! sets out to build self-esteem and offers interactive diversions. A group of multicultural yo

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More inviting are the touch-and-feel features and moveable parts: kids can touch a furry cat (on the pet-lover page) and the mustache and eyebrows of a Groucho Marx-like face disguise (for the one who makes friends laugh), and a spinning wheel changes the images on a computer monitor and lets the...

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