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- DescriptionBree is digging for worms, but she unearths something even better than she expected--a new friend! Bree doesn't kw anyone who likes to dig as much as she does. What's more, Bree doesn't kw anyone who likes worms as much as she does. So Bree digs alone, until one day a classmate joins her. Together, the two unearth something even better than worms--a new friendship. This story shows how young children can discover friendship through common interests. The book contains a page of information to help you connect the story to children's experiences, which makes it a great teaching tool for your classroom or child care setting.
- Author BiographyMike Huber has dedicated his life to serving children, families, and the field of early childhood. He has been an early childhood teacher since 1992 and currently teaches at Seward Child Care Center in Minneapolis. Mike has also worked as a trainer and consultant for the Minnesota Department of Education, the Child Care Resource and Referral Network, and the Minnesota Association for the Education of Young Children (MnAEYC). Mike served on MnAEYC's board from 2007 to 2011, presents at local and national early childhood conferences, and has written for Teaching Young Children and a number of stories, songs, and puppet shows for children. He is the winner of the 2012 Kate Davidson Tanner Award from MnAEYC, the Scholastic Early Childhood Professional Award Honorable Mention in 2006, and Teacher Leadership from Hamline University's Master of Arts Education Program in 2006. Mike holds a master's degree in education from Hamline University.
- Author(s)Mike Huber
- PublisherRedleaf Press
- Date of Publication30/12/2013
- SubjectChildren's Fiction
- Series TitleRedleaf Lane - Early Experiences
- Place of PublicationSt Paul, MN
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintRedleaf Press
- Content Notecolour illustrations
- Weight386 g
- Width203 mm
- Height264 mm
- Spine10 mm
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