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by Kady MacDonald Denton,Frieda Wishinsky

eBook You're Mean, Lily Jean download ISBN: 0545994993
Author: Kady MacDonald Denton,Frieda Wishinsky
Publisher: Scholastic Canada; 1St Edition edition (2009)
Language: English
ePub: 1413 kb
Fb2: 1453 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Kady MacDonald Denton (born 22 July 1941) is a Canadian creator of children's books, primarily an illustrator of picture books You're Mean, Lily Jean!, by Frieda Wishinsky (North Winds, Sep 2009). A Sea-Wishing Day, by Robert Heidbreder.

Kady MacDonald Denton (born 22 July 1941) is a Canadian creator of children's books, primarily an illustrator of picture books. She observed in 2011 that "I'm in that quickly-shrinking group of illustrators who doesn’t use a computer at any stage in the illustration process. You're Mean, Lily Jean!, by Frieda Wishinsky (North Winds, Sep 2009). A Second Is a Hiccup: A Child's Book of Time, by Hazel Hutchins. I Gave My Mom a Castle, by Jean Little. Amber Waiting, by Nan Gregory. Elephant Child, by Mary Ellis.

You're Mean, Lily Jean! book. Frieda Wishinsky, Kady MacDonald Denton (Illustrator). You're Mean, Lily Jean! is a story about playing fair and including everyone. Carly always played with her big sister, Sandy. Sisters Carly and Sandy always played nicely together until Lily Jean moved in next door. She tried very hard to exclude Carly, but in the end, including everyone is the best solution of all.

By (author) Frieda Wishinsky, Illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton. AbeBooks may have this title (opens in new window).

com's Frieda Wishinsky Author Page. You're Mean, Lily Jean! Mar 01, 2011. by Frieda Wishinsky, Kady MacDonald Denton.

Kady MacDonald Denton is a Albert Whitman & Company illustrator.

You’re Mean, Lily Jean written by Frieda Wishinsky and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton Picture book about a. .You’re Mean, Lily Jean tells the story of a new girl who moves into the neighbourhood. Lily Jean is the same age as Sandy and is domineering and a braggart.

You’re Mean, Lily Jean written by Frieda Wishinsky and illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton Picture book about a social situations published by North Winds Press, an imprint of Scholastic Canada. Be sure to check out our page about anti-bullying picture books for children, our page about anti bullying chapter books, graphic novels and novels for children, and our Pinterest anti bullying board. She joins Sandy and her younger sister Carly for a couple of playdates.

From You're Mean, Lily Jean.

Kady MacDonald Denton is a Canadian creator of children's books, primarily an illustrator of picture books ISBN 9780763641023.

Kady MacDonald Denton is a Canadian creator of children's books, primarily an illustrator of picture books.

TWO PICTURE BOOKS by Frieda Wishinsky, but illustrated by two different artists, make . You're Mean is illustrated by Kady MacDonald Denton.

TWO PICTURE BOOKS by Frieda Wishinsky, but illustrated by two different artists, make another great opportunity for drawing kids' attention to art and design. Maggie is illustrated by Dean Griffiths  . In You're Mean, Lily Jean, Carly and older sister Sandy play dragons, knights, explorers, pirates and astronauts with great zest until new neighbour Lily Jean moves in.

Comments: (7)
Onaxan
My 5 year old is dealing with girl drama in Kindergarten and this book helped her talk about what is going on with her friends.
Anicasalar
I've read this to three different second-grade classes. They all liked it and wanted to discuss it in depth--lots of layers. A must-have for discussing bullying and conflict resolution.
Mazuzahn
The book was perfect for the children in my class who were having trouble on the playground. We also watched a snippet from an Arthur Movie (about the playground - and kids being bossy) and it was a perfect connection!
Zulurr
Great book on bullying!!!!
Ice_One_Guys
Perfect condition
Best West
Cute book! I used it to teach Leader In Me Skills.
Jay
This book is great!!!! It has fantastic pictures and a wonderful message about mean girls. I bought it for my 5 year old daughter and to keep in my professional library for other school aged children. A great book indeed!!
my students loved this book, i liked the message in the book. tables turned on the bully and she learns her lesson