Sunday, March 22, 2015

Billy Makes a New Friend Book Review ~ Ayala Saar



This is a great book to read to your child to teach them how to share, play and make new friends. It helps them to understand the importance of friends and sharing with them. My grandson is 4 years old and we have read this book several times now. Each time we read the book he asks "Why does the little bot not want to share his toys?" I tell him because the little boy is afraid his friend will take the toys home with him, or maybe break them. 

The book is written in very simple terms, easy enough for your young children to understand. 





Story line:

Billy is a little boy who loves his toys and in particular his trains. He wants somebody to play with. However, how can he make friends if he does not know how to share? One day, his mother's friend and her little boy Chris came over. Mom and her friend had coffee and talked. Billy took Chris into his room to play, but Billy did not want to share his toys; he gave Chris an old ball to play with.
What happened a week later when the two families met again? Did Chris invite Billy to play? This fun children's book teaches all about sharing games and toys. 

The book is very colorful as well, my grandson really enjoy reading it. 

If you would like to help your child learn to make friends and share as well, this book is great! I highly recommend it. 



About The Author:

Ayala Saar is blessed with two children and has always had a love for literature and films. Ayala is a certified personal and business coach. She also has an MBA-specializing in organizational management from Ono Academic College.

In the years since her studies Ayala has been working in management and in motivating people to fulfill themselves. In recent years she is also volunteers as a lecturer on professional and personal empowerment.

Ayala's books combine personal experience with an extensive knowledge she acquired over the years. They are aimed so that children will develop life skills, values and good manners.

Her books are fun and filled with humor and beautiful pictures so both children and adults will enjoy reading them over and over again.


You can get your e-book at Amazon for .99

Disclosure: I received this for my review purposes and all opinions are my own unbiased thoughts. 






12 comments:

  1. Love the story line. There can never be enough books about feelings, doing the right thing, manners, anti-bullying. Great review I feel like I understand the book. My granddaughter is also 4 and I would surely consider this book for her.

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    1. this is a great book to teach about feelings and sharing as well. The book is very bright colored and also short enough to keep their attention for a bit. Thanks for stopping by!

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  2. this is a great story to share with children. it allows them to learn without knowing. Good review Cathy.

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    1. Yes indeed thy love to read books and the colors are very bright! Thanks Terry for stopping by!

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    1. Thanks very much, it is a great story for the little ones, my grandson really enjoyed it! Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. Ha! This book sounds like my daughter. She used to hoard all of her best toys and give her visitors her old crappy toys to play with.

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    1. Yes my grandson has a real problem with it as well. He really did enjoy reading the book, we have read it several time alredy, and I am sure we will era it a few more times.

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  5. This is a great book for my son! Thanks for the review :)

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    1. Thanks very much for visiting! And indeed this is a great book for learing to make friends and share.

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  6. What a cute book! Great for Easter baskets.

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    1. Yes it would be a great book fro Easter baskets. Thanks for stopping by!

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