I Like Myself By Karen Beaumont And Illustrated By David Catrow

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I Like Myself by Karen Beaumont and Illustrated by David Catrow is a fiction read aloud book about a little girl who shares all of the reasons she likes about herself. The character of the story accomplishes this by using different types of descriptive words throughout the book: such as wild, different, fast, slow, silly, and nut. Also, she is illustrated showing their meanings and the way she feels when others use the descriptive words towards her. The story narrates how various situations and scenarios where words play a big part on the way she is seen and/or treated by others. Children are social beings and their identity is influenced by the various interactions in their environment. For example, children may experience feelings of isolation,
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