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Bumblebee Bike Sandra Levins book belongs in every homeLevins book addresses this common occurrence in a child s development with simplicity and compassion Children s Book HealBumblebee Bike is a story about borrowing what s not yours David takes things that do not belong to him However, when he loses his prize possession his bumblebee bike he realizes how borrowing without asking makes others feel While such behavior is a normal part of childhood development, it is extremely frustrating for parents and caregivers who have children with sticky fingers Children may understand intellectually that they shouldn t borrow without asking, but they are emotionally motivated so they do it anyway However, with careful guidance and modeling, kids can learn to think before acting and learn boundaries to develop positive and ethical relationships with others A Note to Parents and Caregivers by Mary Lamia, PhD, provides information about this part of childhood development, and offers strategies for helping your child develop socially appropriate, ethical behavior Bumblebee Bike David was a very impatient boy when he saw something that he wanted He had a best friend Elton who had a stuffed elephant David decided to borrow the stuffed animal, David then borrowed his friend Payton s Superman figurine David had never asked to borrow any of his friends belongings This goes on for a very long until something bad happens to something of David s The story has a great moral and is a great lesson for kids Grade K 2 I would use this book at the beginnin Bumblebee Bike David was a very impatient boy when he saw something that he wanted He had a best friend Elton who had a stuffed elephant David decided to borrow the stuffed animal, David then borrowed his friend Payton s Superman figurine David had never asked to borrow any of his friends belongings This goes on for a very long until something bad happens to something of David s The story has a great moral and is a great lesson for kids Grade K 2 I would use this book at the beginning of the year to teach honesty After reading to the students I would have the students help make a poster for the classroom describing what characteristics an honest person has


About the Author: Sandra Levins

When Sandra Levins began writing children s books she fell in love with the message behind the stories and the notion that they can make a positive difference in the lives of children and families.Sandra is the author of a graphic novel for young adults, four children s picture books, and a Young Adult novel in eBook format Her works have received the National Indie Excellence Award for LGBTQ Fiction for Children and Young Adults and twice received Mom s Choice Award for Children s Picture Books She is a Gelett Burgess Children s Book and National Parenting Publications Awards Honors Winner Her picture books have been translated into Chinese, Korean, and Arabic A natural born storyteller, Sandra writes about real life issues like divorce, remarriage, honesty, LGBT questioning, and teen pregnancy.Sandra lives with her husband, Jim, in Burlington, Iowa, a short hike from the Mighty Mississippi.


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