The perfect story for teaching young children the importance of offering a heartfelt, genuine apology, as well as learning to forgive others when they make mistakes. Now in paperback!
Learning how to own up to one’s mistakes, offering an apology, and forgiving others for their mistakes are all key components to a child’s social emotional well-being. In this relatable story that's now in paperback, Scribble and Swoop are the best of friends, despite their differences. But one day, they can’t come to an agreement on something, and they have a terrible argument. They stop speaking to each other, and then realize that they miss each’s other company. But who will be the first to apologize? And can they save their friendship?
This comforting, uplifting story is just right for sharing at story time and offers plenty of avenues for discussion on the topic of apologizing.
About the Author
Barry Timms likes the way that stories bring people together. He can often be found with pencil in hand, writing or drawing or both. He loves road movies, ghost trains, and exploring forgotten side streets.
A Derbyshire lad born and bred, Sean Julian studied at the Mansfield College of Art and then moved to Bristol to study illustration. He still lives in Bristol with his girlfriend, two goldfish, a love of cake, and a dream to one day get some chickens, too.