Book review: I’m sorry by Barry Timms and illustrated by Sean Julian

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Friendship and emotions are explored in this lovely read based on two animals. Written by Barry Timms and illustrated by Sean Julian, this would be a fantastic resource for learning settings.

Scribble the Squirrel and Swoop the Owl are two dear friends. They decide to live together and make a tree house their beautiful home and it comes with outdoor space, a veranda, perfect!

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Oh the plans they each make for the veranda but then whilst changing it everything turns into a bit of mess and then a quarrel begins! There are cross faces and shouty voices and before you know it readers witness two dear friends who are very upset. Will they ever make up?

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The process of them dealing with all these emotions is a great insight for readers. What could be the best way of dealing with this situation? Saying sorry may well help but is the sorry heartfelt? What exactly does that mean?

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This is a great book that unpicks apologising.

Complete with bright, sweet illustrations this is a book that is written sensitively perfect for many a bookshelf.

Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher for the purpose of review. All words and opinions are my own. This post contains affiliate links.

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