Freckleface Strawberry and Windy Pants Patrick are as different as can be-but that doesn’t stop them from being the best of friends. After all, they have a. Teased girl learns self-acceptance in fun friendship tale. Read Common Sense Media’s Freckleface Strawberry review, age rating, and parents guide. Freckleface Strawberry has ratings and reviews. Lisa said: Much to my surprise, I really liked this book. It’s a funny and lovely story about how.

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She hates her freckles, which is not so much about beauty as it is about feeling different and being teased.

This book is about a little girl that had freckles freclleface at school they would make fun of her and they would call her Freckleface Strawberry. Do you think the other children really cared about her freckles? Specifically created to perform for young audiences, families can step inside of the book’s pages with Freckleface and friends as they learn to “love the skin they’re in. They can also learn a little about teasing itself, when it’s OK and when it goes too far.

Stay up to date on new reviews. She tries to bleach them away. This book is great for those children that get teased about having red hair and freckles and shows them that they are beautiful no matter what. No trivia or quizzes yet. Aug 26, Bridget R.

To her shock, all of her friends were so happy to see her again a This book is about a girl with red hair and freckles who is very self-conscious about herself. See all books by Julianne Moore.

When she goes to school she tries to hide them with a mask and no one knows who she is. Personalize Common Sense for your family. Based on Children’s Books. Value your true friends.


Freckleface Strawberry (Alliance Youth Theatre)

Be the first to review this title. It seems she is being bullied, because the other children srtawberry the girl Freckleface Strawberry. Early Learning at the Museum. She tries to hide her freckles, This review was originally written for The Baby Bookworm. The parents’ guide to what’s in this book. The lesson can straberry applied to not only those with freckles, but anyone who is different because of their skin or hair color, whether you wear eye glasses or not, the list goes on.

She finally meets an adult that had freckles as a child, who tries frcekleface comfort the little girl and tells her they disappeared as she got older. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Resources No matter where you are on your theatrical journey, our innovative production resources will enhance your show experience!

Will her schoolmates realize that it’s her under the mask? Sep 09, Joanna rated it liked it Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem.

She struggles with her self-conscious feelings until she figures out that her friends are true and important, even though they call her Freckleface Strawberry, and even her freckles are not that bad. Most kids are familiar with the kind of teasing and nicknaming that happens on the playground.

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Up Close With Bugs. She does everything to try to get rid of them including rubbing lemon juice all over her body. Finally, she goes into hiding. But when she puts off her masks and a lady tells her she used to have freckles as well, which disappeared when she grew older, she realizes the other kids miss her and are her friends despite those freckles. My daughter and I love this book!

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I think this story will show kids that they are not alone in this feeling, or in the idea of having drastic ideas to take care of their problems. I have to confess that I am skeptical when famous people decide to write books for children.

This handy read sttrawberry us to explore and realize that we’re not the only ones who are different and we should be happy and loves o My daughter and I love this book!

I like the charming ending, in which Freckleface is seen as an a I have to confess that I am skeptical when famous people decide to write books for children. Whilst reading this with year 2 pupils they found the name calling amusing, this gives a perfect opportunity to address that it is not a nice thing to do and that the little girl in the story was hurt by this.

The main frekleface feels self-conscious about her freckles, especially when other kids make comments and give her a nickname she doesn’t like. Embracing your qualities will only make things better, and people will respect you more. Kid In The Mask.

Julianne Moore is an American actress. A charming little girl tries valiantly to get rid of her freckles.

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She wasn’t so treckleface about her freckles anymore, she thought that maybe when she grew up they would go away.

I’m not usually a fan of celebrity picture books but let’s just pretend this one isn’t by Julianne Moore. Jane and the Magician.