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Book details
  • Genre:JUVENILE FICTION
  • SubGenre:Social Issues / Friendship
  • Language:English
  • Pages:61
  • eBook ISBN:9780984797103

Jamie Jellybean

by Jennifer Ramde

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Overview
Jamie spends the summer with her grandmother in the country and learns not to judge others by their looks, class or upbringing, but by their character. She also learns lessons about her own nature and how she should relate to others. She reluctantly makes a new friend in Denny, who becomes the focus of Jamie's fresh perspective on friendship. "This book provides discussion tools to help guide children to learn to be responsible when adults are not present. It also can help kids sort out feelings when dealing with the sickness or death of a loved one or a pet, and dealing with a traumatic event. Discussing these issues with children before and after reading this book are suggested. This book is not intended to replace the need for professional care."
Description
Jamie is a little girl living in an unpredictable and intimidating world. Life is not easy for a child being raised by a single parent, but fortunately Jamie’s mother has others she can rely on to help in the rearing process. Jamie will learn some important life lessons this summer, which will carry her far into an interesting future. Jamie spends the summer with her grandmother in the country and learns not to judge others by their looks, class or upbringing, but by their character. She also learns lessons about her own nature and how she should relate to others. She reluctantly makes a new friend in Denny, who becomes the focus of Jamie's fresh perspective on friendship. This book deals with issues relating to the importance of tolerance of differences in others, perhaps in physical disabilities or class. "This book provides discussion tools to help guide children to learn to be responsible when adults are not present. It also can help kids sort out feelings when dealing with the sickness or death of a loved one or a pet, and dealing with a traumatic event. Discussing these issues with children before and after reading this book are suggested. This book is not intended to replace the need for professional care."
About the author
Jennifer Ramde comes from a family of storytellers and visual artists, and at a very young age she began writing stories with pictures to entertain younger siblings. Presently, she is working on multiple projects including a showcase for underground artists on public access channels, and an anti-bullying campaign to affect New York City public schools. She lives in the Bronx with her husband.
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