Sharing Time

Sharing Time by Elizabeth Verdick, illustrated by Marieka Keinlen (1 – 3 years)

Sometimes it’s fun to share, and sometimes it’s hard. This book offers toddlers simple choices (take turns, use the toy together, wait for another time) to make sharing easier, and shows them where to turn for help when sharing is difficult. Little ones learn that sharing can mean double the fun—and sharing a while can make someone smile!

Should I Share My Ice Cream

Should I Share My Ice Cream? by Mo Willems (2 – 6 years)

Using perfect vocabulary for beginning readers (and vetted by an early-learning specialist), Mo Willems has crafted a funny story about the challenges of doing the right thing.

Llama Llama Time to Share

Llama Llama Time to Share by Anna Dewdney (2 – 3 years)

Nelly Gnu comes over for a play date, but Llama’s not so sure it’s time to share all his toys. This book is for any child who needs a little encouragement sharing.

The Bear Who Shared

The Bear Who Shared
by Catherine Rayner
(3 – 6 years)

Norris the bear has been waiting patiently for the last ripe fruit to fall from the tree. But Tulip the raccoon and Violet the mouse have too… although maybe not so patiently. Norris catches the fruit when it falls, and because he is a wise bear, he shares it and makes two new friends.

Pie Is for Sharing

Pie Is for Sharing by Stephanie Parsley Ledyard, illustrated by Jason Chin
(2 – 6 years)

Pie is for sharing. It starts off round, and you can slice it into as many pieces as you want. What else can be shared? A ball, of course. A tree? What about time?

Everybody Matters

Everybody Matters by Bob Chapman & Taj Sisodia

People achieve good things, big and small, every day. Celebrate them. Some people wish things were different. Listen to them. Everybody matters. Show them.

The Importance of Sharing

PLEASE NOTE: As an Amazon Associate, Fathers Truly Matter earns from qualifying purchases. The information in this post should not be construed as providing specific psychiatric, psychological, or medical advice, but rather to offer readers information to better understand the lives and health of themselves and their children. It is not intended to provide an alternative to professional treatment or to replace the services of a physician, psychiatrist, or psychotherapist.

Mini Cart