When two woodland friends have a misunderstanding over who ate the last hazelnut, they eventually find that holding a grudge is a lot less rewarding than mending their relationship. Chic illustrations and punchy text make for a relatable and humorous conflict resolution story.
Key Selling Points:
SOCIAL EMOTIONAL LEARNING: The story features characters who experience relatable emotions when they have a hurtful misunderstanding and models constructive self-talk as a step towards conflict resolution.
SHARING: Learn about the benefits of sharing with both friends and strangers.
VISUAL LITERACY: Readers will be drawn in to the vignette-style illustrations and will use the artwork as context for decoding what is happening in each scene.
HUMOR: From their stylish clothing to their quirky dialogue, the characters in the book are hilariously endearing.
CHIC ILLUSTRATIONS: Bold, stylized illustrations by Argentinian illustrator Mariana Ruiz Johnson engage young readers and adults alike.
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Product Dimensions:8.5 x 10.75 inches
Page Count:32 pages
Age Range:Ages 4-8 years
Awards & Accolades
“While stories about conflict and sharing abound, this snazzy offering feels fresh. A solid purchase for libraries” – School Library Journal
“I love the positive messages about forgiveness and tolerance in this book. The friends really do rely on one another and they miss each other” – Books for MKs
About the Contributors
Written by - Susanna Isern
Susanna Isern is a writer, psychologist and mother of three. She is the author of over 60 children’s books, which are available all over the world and have been translated into over a dozen languages. Susanna lives in Santander, Spain.
Illustrated by - Mariana Ruiz Johnson
Mariana Ruiz Johnson is an award-winning children's book illustrator and author. She lives in the outskirts of Buenos Aires, Argentina with her husband and two children.