Liam Says Sorry
Everyone makes mistakes, but it is how we deal with them and our ability to learn from them that is most important. Liam Says “Sorry” introduces children to conflict resolution by teaching them to recognise when they have made a mistake, accept responsibility and ask for forgiveness.
When Liam becomes frustrated during rough and tumble play with his big brother he hits him on the nose and the game is over. By accepting responsibility and saying sorry to his brother, Liam makes sure that the fun can continue.
Liam Says “Sorry” is perfect for reading with siblings or one on one and is particularly helpful for those who do not like to back down. This sweet story helps children to see that they can solve problems while maintaining their dignity. The skills introduced will be valuable in learning how to maintain positive relationships throughout the lifespan.
Suitable for ages 3 - 9.
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