For Kids

Cooperation (Values to Live By), by Janet Riehecky (Chicago: Child's World, 1990).Why cooperation is so important and is a virtue we all need to walk and talk.Ages 5 to 8.

Frog and Toad Together, by Arnold Lobel (New York: HarperCollins, 1972). Five glorious stories describe the cooperative friendship of Frog and Toad. Ages 5 to 10.

How to Lose All Your Friends, by Nancy Carlson (New York:Viking Press, 1994). A great picture book that looks at all the negative friendship consequences of uncooperative behaviors such as not sharing, never smiling, and poor sportsmanship.Ages 3 to 8.

Not Like That, Like This! by Tony Bradman and Joanna Burroughs (New York: Oxford University Press, 1988). Dad and Thomas go for a walk and find themselves in a most peculiar problem: both their heads are stuck through the iron railings of a fence. Everyone has to cooperate to get Dad unstuck.

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