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Sue Graves

Biography: Sue Graves is a former teacher and a published author. She writes fiction and nonfiction for children from preschool to high school.

Sue Graves's Books

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  • Not Fair, Won't Share

    Author: Sue Graves   Illustrated bys: Emanuela Carletti, Desideria Guicciardini
    Product Code: 423753
    ISBN: 978-1-57542-375-3

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    A Book About Sharing

    When Nora, Dan, and Henry have trouble sharing at school, they all end up feeling mad. With the help of their teacher, the friends learn that when kids get frustrated, there are ways to calm down, share, and play fairly. Age Focus: 4-8. Hardcover, 32 pgs.

    28 pages

     
  • I Don't Want to Be Nice!

    Author: Sue Graves   Illustrated bys: Emanuela Carletti, Desideria Guicciardini
    Product Code: 981326
    ISBN: 9781631981326

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    Finn is not very kind to his classmates, and he cares mostly about himself. He doesn’t help Ahmed or Lily. He shoves Molly and Freddy on the playground. In soccer, he doesn’t play fair. The children are mad at Finn. Then, when no one wants to play with him at recess, he feels sad and lonely. How will Finn find a way to make it all better? Ultimately, Finn’s teacher helps him see that he can change his mean behavior and that kindness leads to friendship and fun.

    28 pages

     
  • I Want to Win!

    Author: Sue Graves   Illustrated bys: Emanuela Carletti, Desideria Guicciardini
    Product Code: 981319
    ISBN: 9781631981319

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    Bella always needs to win—no matter what. At summer Fun Club, she gets mad whenever someone beats her in a game. When she struggles during a tent-making competition, Bella would rather give up than keep trying. Can she learn to do her best and feel good about it, even if she’s not the winner? With the help of the club leader, Bella discovers that she can make a tent, even if it’s not the best tent—and that being a good sport feels much better than being a sore loser.

    28 pages