Circle of Three: Enough Friendship to Go Around?

Pages: 48, Color
Size: 6" x 9"
Age Range: 8-12
Item #: 441B014
ISBN: 978-1-4338-0321-5
List Price: $14.95
Copyright: 2008
Format: Hardcover
Other Format: Softcover
Availability: In Stock
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Overview

Good things come in threes. That's how best friends Lindsey, Bella, and Kate usually feel. But sometimes three doesn't always feel so fun…

  • Three means if the teacher says to pick partners, it's a race to see who can catch eyes first.
  • Three means if you can ask only one friend to spend the night, you're forced to make a hard choice.
  • Three means if you have a fight, one of you is stuck in the middle.

Lindsey, Bella, and Kate stumble over these and other common friendship dilemmas, making amends, finding solutions, expanding their circle, and becoming even better friends than before.

About the Author
Elizabeth Brokamp a licensed professional counselor, knows that "friendship circles are a big source of both pleasure and stress for girls." She worked for many years as a school counselor and currently maintains a private practice. She lives with her husband and four children (three of whom are girls) near Washington, D.C.
About the Illustrator
Joni Stringfield loves creating all types of illustration, especially children's book art. "This story touched me because it reminded me of my own childhood," she says. "I went through similar situations, but mostly I remember the great friendships, and I'm still thankful for them". She lives in San Francisco.
Reviews & Awards
  • iParenting Media Award Winner!
  • Moonbeam Children's Book Award for Juvenile Fiction (Bronze)
  • Mom's Choice Award 2009 Silver Recipient for Juvenile Self Improvement

Circle of Three accurately presents the issues of friendship threesomes and provides very practical, very useful solutions for kids.
—Mary Lamia, PhD, host of KidTalk With Dr. Mary, Radio Disney-San Francisco/Sacramento

A terrific book for girls, groups, and counselors, filled with humor, affection, realism, and questions that explore the heart of friendship.
—Mary Collins Gallagher, LPC, author of the Ginny Morris stories