Significant Shortcomings, Preschool, friends fighting playing
Friends Always follows a child's mental process of getting over a fight with a friend. He proclaims he will never play with Quentin again, and he begins to think about each of his other friends and what he likes about each of them. Most of the book is the child's descriptions of his other friends. In the end, the doorbell rings and Quentin invites him to play. They go to the park together, their argument forgotten. After the story there are some notes by the author about the process of social development and how parents can help.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Children's Book and Media Review: Vol. 39
, Article 35.
Available at: https://scholarsarchive.byu.edu/cbmr/vol39/iss2/35