Being Me

Being Me

Book - 2016
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Rosie is wearing her red cape, sitting up in her thinking tree wondering what she'll be when she grows up. People are always asking her that question, but she doesn't have an answer. She's not old enough to be a pilot, or a paramedic, or a dog groomer. But she does believe that she can still do lots of terrific things right now. So when she goes for a walk with her dad and they pass a food bank, Rosie knows that she can do something pro-active while she's still a kid. She can tell this is a special place and when she is there she feels useful and special too. But when Rosie bumps into a friend who seems embarrassed to be there with his family, she must figure out a way to make him feel better. Rosie tilts her head this way and that to look at the situation from the perspective of someone needing to use the food bank and comes up with a plan to help her friend and the food bank at the same time.
Publisher: Toronto, Ontario : Second Story Press, ©2016.
ISBN: 9781927583937
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) :,colour illustrations ;,23 cm.
Additional Contributors: Cathcart, Yvonne - Illustrator

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Jun 20, 2017

Great book about volunteering and friendship.

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