Without You

Without You
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Release Date
February 01, 2011
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In this delightful companion book to the acclaimed Me and You, two friends discover the joy of togetherness. Award-winning author-illustrator Geneviève Côté returns with another endearing story featuring two very different friends. After falling out over a spilled wagon of toys, a fussy bunny and an exuberant piggy explore all the things they can do without each other … and gradually realize that life is much sweeter when it's shared with one another. This gently humorous, charmingly illustrated look at the ups and downs of friendship is a book you won't want to do without.

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After a falling out, two very different friends explore all the things they can do without each other&and discover that life is much sweeter when its shared with one another.
An endearing look at the ups and downs of friendship, this is a book youll want to share with someone special.
~From Without You jacket

This book isnt long but it has a powerful message that all children can grasp, sure we can do things on our own, but it is much more fun when we have a friend to share it with. In the first part of the book, Rabbit says, I can read a book without you, and by the end of the story realizes that &my book is funnier when I read it with you.

The text is rhythmic and rhyming which will benefit young readers. The illustrations are simple but wonderful. This is a great book to pick up for your classroom library. Sometimes we all need a little reminder about the value of friendship.
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