The Polar Bear, Chicken Soup and Friends
– “The Polar Bear, Chicken Soup and Friends” reveals the importance of friendship. It teaches the reader that nothing should come between friends. It also reminds the reader what delicious chicken soup is and how it can always make one feel better.-
ABOUT THE BOOK
“The Polar Bear, Chicken Soup and Friends” introduces four friends: Bear, Penguin, Seal, and Walrus. They enjoy playing ball near the orca pond. One day, Bear kicks the ball too hard, and it goes over Seal’s head. Seal insists Bear kicked it hard on purpose, yet Bear explains it was an accident. During their quarrel, the ball lands in the orca pond. Orca whale does not like things entering the pond. The friends are disappointed they lost the ball. Bear feels very sad and becomes sick.
With the help of Professor Sammy and his recipe for chicken soup, Bear begins to feel better and retrieves the ball. The friends apologize to one another and their friendship is saved. Afterward, they all enjoy delicious chicken soup.
“The Polar Bear, Chicken Soup and Friends” reveals the importance of friendship. It teaches the reader that nothing should come between friends. It also reminds the reader what delicious chicken soup is and how it can always make one feel better.
ALSO AVAILABLE IN SPANISH!
SOCIAL - EMOTIONAL
Social-emotional development provides the foundation for how children feel about themselves and experience others. The quality of the relationships that a child develops with their peers has a significant impact on their emotional growth and development.
Providing books that teach children character and values develops children into great human beings. Teaching traits such as good character, leadership, appreciation, citizenship, friendship, community, and confidence.
Children are full of energy and need positive play and learning activities that help develop fine motor skills, eye hand coordination, concentration, and focus.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Doug Brown is a self-published Author, Television Program Director, Independent Film Producer, videographer, and video editor. Doug currently works in a small city school district in New York where he started as a substitute teacher. He also worked as a teaching assistant to elementary-age students and has served as a recreation counselor to five and six-year-old children. In 2009 Doug produced a short film entitled, “It Couldn’t Be Me”, targeted toward teens. He enjoys working with children and loves inspiring them to live their dreams. He has a love for children’s books and wrote his graduate thesis on the Portrayal of African-American Males in Children’s books. Doug Brown holds a B S. degree in Sociology /Communications from SUNY at Old Westbury and a diploma in Video Production from NYU.