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Kids Indie 98
Power of No
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When Connor kisses Miriam at school, she's startled and unsure what she thinks about it. She goes around telling everyone she can including her friends and adults, trying to figure out what she should do. When asked if she likes it, she realizes she doesn't, so she receives some good advice.

CONNOR KISSED ME teaches children the power of saying no when you don't like something and that it's important to set boundaries if you feel uncomfortable. It also shows that it's okay to ask others for help when you're unsure about how to react in a situation. The illustrations are bold with their cartoon-style.

Final Verdict: I would recommend this to school aged children four and up who are learning about social issues, like kissing. Children are exposed to so many different things and this offers a good visual for a time when you should say no.
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