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Author: Sue Graves
ISBN13: 978-1445101545
Title: Not Fair, Won't Share: A Book about Sharing
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Language: English
Category: Growing Up and Facts of Life
Publisher: Franklin Watts (February 1, 2011)

Not Fair, Won't Share: A Book about Sharing by Sue Graves

I highly recommend this book for parents and classroom teaching. The illustrations are simple and show each of the character feels and emotions about what is happening in each story. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any wa. .Jan 20, 2015 Erica rated it did not like it. Shelves: children-s, frgml, zx-2015-reads. I think the concept of having a book about sharing is awesome

Soon they see that playing fairly with other kids, and sharing with them, can make the day more fun for everyone. The book also includes a series of pictures following the story, inviting kids to tell a story in their own words. Ideal for home and K–3 classroom settings

It also shows how an adult helps situations. 3-5 Pierce College Library. see all 2 descriptions.

Select Format: Paperback. Select Condition: Like New. - Very Good. A series that introduces young children to different emotions and aspects of behaviour, through a fictional story appropriate for the age group. ISBN13: 9781445129914.

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Reviews: 7
This is a wonderful resource to use with kids! I use it as a therapist, but would recommend it to teachers, parents, nannys, etc.
This is a great book for explaining frustration and anger. Pictures are excellent for use as social stories for discussing situations of Dos and don'ts with play/social interactions.
Love the review in the back!
Grandson loves it.
Not Fair, Won't Share (Our Emotions and Behavior Series)
By Sue Graves, Illustrations by Desideria Guicciardini
Review by Debra L Scott

Not Fair, Won't Share is one of a new four-book series from Free Spirit Publishing called "Our Emotions and Behaviors". The other books in the series are: But Why Can't I? , I'm Not Happy, and Who Feels Scared?
This book is about a classroom situation where one child won't let other children play with a new make-believe set, so another child pushes her and a third child grabs one of the pieces away from her. All three children are disciplined, then return to the play set and share without fighting. The story also shows that the teacher got mad and had to calm herself down.

This is a likely occurrence in any classroom, so the child reader may well be able to relate to the story. I was glad to see that the feelings of the adult were included, as this is a factor often missed. Adults are often portrayed as always happy, wise, kind and understanding.

My concern is that this is a book geared for adults who want to communicate a set of behaviors to children, and that children themselves will not choose to pick it up and read, much like adults who avoid the self-help shelf in the library or bookstore. It is not a fun thing to be reminded that your behavior might cause problems for yourself or others. Nevertheless, it is a valuable asset for leading discussions about how we all must learn to get along and share the world we live in. It is also valuable in opening up a discussion that adults have feelings just like children.

Not Fair, Won't Share seeks to show the consequences of bad behavior, and how correct behavior makes everyone happy. After the story, there is a two page story board without words describing a similar situation. Children are encouraged to talk about what is happening in the pictures and answer questions about it. Following this is a teacher/parent guide to the book with tips on how to discuss the issues presented and gives suggested topics for discussion.

The vocabulary of the story is suitable for young readers to sound out by themselves, but not the included instructions which are intended solely for the adult. The illustrations are expressive and simple so that it is easy to see how each character feels about what is happening.
I have the privilege of reviewing " Our Emotions and Behavior", a new picture book series from Free Spirit Publishing, which help young children recognize and understand their feelings, their actions, and how they are connected. There are 4 titles in the series: "But Why Can't I?", "I'm Not Happy", "Not Fair, Won't Share", and "Who Feels Scared?" and below is my review for the third book in the series...

I love the cute illustrations and I'm so glad to be able to review this book!

This book is about a teacher who made a 'space station' for her class activities where her students get their chance to play with the buttons, levers, and the space gadgets. To be fair to all the children, she put their names into a hat and draws out 3 of the childrens' names who get to play first.

Nora, Dan and Henry were chosen to be the first 3 children to play in the 'space station' but they were told to take their turns and share. However, Nora decided to hog all the gadgets and played with the buttons and levers without giving chance to the other 2 children to play. Dan and Henry were not happy with what Nora did and they all got into a fight and ended up being punished by their teacher.

From this story, I get to teach my boy to share, take turns and play together and not to act selfishly like Nora. Few days back, I managed to put this into practise when a friend of my hubby came over with his 4 year old son. Ben was feeling generous with his toys and was showing his toys to the older boy but once his toys were taken away by the older boy, Ben cried and wanted his toys back.

I talked to him calmly, telling him to take turns and to pick one toy to pass to the older boy to play for just a while. This works, though it only lasted less than 10 seconds, but at least, there is some improvements there!

In the next few pages of the book, we see the 3 children realising their mistakes and they apologised to their teacher and to each other too! The story ended with all 3 children taking turns and playing happily.

From this story, I get to teach my boy that sharing means everybody gets their share and being happy with the people they are with as a result.

I appreciate the additional 2 pages of picture story about the 2 space aliens that do not want to share a toy they found and ended up being unhappy. But once they decided to share and play together, they enjoyed the toy and game together.

In my opinion, "Our Emotions and Behavior" series are a good choice for parents to use with their children because of the positive message they bring!
Not Fair, Won't Share. Some children do not like to share even when the toy isn't theirs. This cause the other child to show emotions of hurt, anger and frustration, this happens when a child is unwilling to share. When Miss Clover builds a space station in her classroom she said only three children could play at a time but everyone wanted to play at once. She decided it would be best to draw names in a hat and the first three names will take turns and share. Nora, Henry and Dan were up first and Nora when for the boots, helmet and started pulling all the levers, buttons and didn't want to share with Dan or Henry. This book shows playing fair and sharing with others can be fun.

In my opinion, "Our Emotions and Behavior" series are a good choice for parents to use with their children because of the positive message they bring! I highly recommend this book for parents and classroom teaching.

The illustrations are simple and show each of the character feels and emotions about what is happening in each story.

FTC Disclosure: I received a review copy of this book from free spirit publishing in exchange for a fair and honest review. I was not monetarily compensated for my opinion in any way.
Engaging, realistic story with great illustrations. My PreK students loved it and they learned from it.