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Greenbean: True Blue Family

Average rating
4.2 out of 5
Based on 14 Ratings and 7 Reviews

Book Description
More than anything, GreenBean wants to feel like she belongs in her family. She does not look like them. She does not like the same things as them. So she feels like an outsider. How can she possibly belong?An Early Reader for ages 4-8, this book has a following by teens and older readers as well.
Book Information
PublisherNisse Press, LLC
BindingPaperback (2 editions)
Reading LevelAges 4-8
# of Pages50
Publication Date07/07/2012
The Creators
About Elizabeth Blake (Author, Illustrator) : GreenBean. One rabbit, unique in the universe. A story of differences and belonging. All children can relate to the feeling of being different. Children in adoptive and foster families sometimes feel ... more
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About Stephanie Dahl (Editor) : Stephanie Dahl is a published editor of children's books. A published credit of Stephanie Dahl is GreenBean: : True Blue Family.
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Reader Comments
8/5/2012 Elizabeth Blake said:
GreenBean is worried that she does not belong in her family because she is different until she discovers that belonging is about something else. While feeling different is universal, it is even more apparent to children in adoptive or foster families. This is a simple story about how appearances and... more

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