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    Publisher: Barrington Stoke

    Five Ways to Make a Friend

    £6.99
    It's Ella's first day at her new school and that can only mean one thing: making new friends. But that challenge is even tougher than she thought ... A touching tale of friendship, understanding and finding the confidence to be yourself. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 7+
    ISBN: 9781781129081
    AuthorGillian Cross
    Pub Date10/01/2020
    BindingPaperback
    Pages72
    Availability: In Stock

    It's Ella's first day at her new school and that can only mean one thing: making new friends. But the challenge is even tougher than Ella thought, as the girls in her class just don't seem interested in her. When she stumbles across the book 'Five Ways to Make a Friend' in the library, it's like all her prayers have been answered. With five excellent ideas up her sleeve, Ella will be friends with the girls in no time ... Right? But what if things don't quite work out as planned? And what if the friend Ella really needs has been there all along? A touching tale of friendship, understanding and finding the confidence to be yourself. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 7+

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    It's Ella's first day at her new school and that can only mean one thing: making new friends. But the challenge is even tougher than Ella thought, as the girls in her class just don't seem interested in her. When she stumbles across the book 'Five Ways to Make a Friend' in the library, it's like all her prayers have been answered. With five excellent ideas up her sleeve, Ella will be friends with the girls in no time ... Right? But what if things don't quite work out as planned? And what if the friend Ella really needs has been there all along? A touching tale of friendship, understanding and finding the confidence to be yourself. Particularly suitable for struggling, reluctant or dyslexic readers aged 7+