The Importance of Gaining Friends Illustrated in New Picture Book

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‘Harry Meets Sam’ by Denise G. Britan is an amusing book that follows the life of a six year old kid who is excited to go to school and gain many friends.

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From creative and highly imaginative author Denise G. Britan comes a charming and delightful tale about meeting new friends on the first day of school in Harry Meets Sam. It is a picture book that unravels the quintessence of love, relationships and family. It is a kind of volume that children and children at hearts will definitely love and enjoy.

Children are introduced to six-year-old Harry, a boy who lives at the end of a long, straight, red dirt road in Slapout, Alabama. He lives with his mother and aunt in a white, two-storey house that has a small porch in the front and a garden in the back.

Harry could not wait for school to start. When he was five, he went to little school at the church with other kids. But this time, the day came when he could get on the big, yellow bus and go to first grade. With his backpack filled with a case of pencils and a lunchbox with his favorite peanut-butter sandwich, Harry steps into the big yellow bus, excited for the things that lie ahead. Different new faces stare at him, making him feel a bit scared. Will Harry be able to find a friend among the new crowd?

Brimming with life lessons and moral values, Harry Meets Sam is a fascinating read for young children who are excited to have a first hand at school.

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About the Author

Denise G. Britan is a retired elementary teacher. She has taught in numerous places as the family moved together with her Air Force husband. They have two grown children. They presently live in Garden Ridge, Texas.

Harry Meets Sam * by Denise G. Britan
Publication Date: May 16, 2011
Picture Book; $12.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4628-6756-1
Picture Book Hardcover; $19.99; 24 pages; 978-1-4628-6757-8
EBook; $9.99; 978-1-4771-7069-4

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