3 edition of I Used to Be Afraid (Predictable Read Together Books) found in the catalog.
I Used to Be Afraid (Predictable Read Together Books)
Sally Hudson McMillan
by Pages Publishing Group
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||24|
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This book covers a lot of fears that children face but it doesn't really address how the main character overcame their fears. Just, "I used to be afraid of ___, but not anymore." It's a good book but I wish there were a little bit more.
The pictures are amazing!/5. I USED TO BE AFRAID by Laura Vaccaro Seeger is a powerful picture book exploring common fears of children.
The short book tells the story of a young girl who overcomes her fears. The brightly colored, two-page spreads introduce a fear such as spiders or being alone followed by a statement about overcoming the fear/5(10).
Hands down, AFRAID by Jack Kilborn is perhaps the best psychological horror novel to come along since Silence of the Lambs. (Michael Laimo, author of DEAD SOULS and DEEP IN THE DARKNESS) Jack Kilborn's "Afraid" is a true page turner, a novel that offers a million mile a minute action and suspense/5(K).
Alibris is your source for new and used books, textbooks, music and movies. Alibris has been selling books, movies and music since There are a lot of things to be afraid of in this world: spiders, the dark, being alone.
In this simple, beautifully-crafted picture book, acclaimed author/illustrator Laura Vaccaro Seeger shows that what seems scary at first, can become : Laura Vaccaro Seeger. Afraid is the first book by Jack Kilborn/J.A.
Konrath that I've ever read, and let me tell you it's not going to be the last. I was in the perfect mental state for a book like Afraid. I really wanted to read something action packed, with a military experiment gone bad, and a group of people trying to survive/5.
Common fears are named and put to rest in Seeger’s (Green) visually dramatic picture book. A girl wears an open-mouthed expression of shock in the opening spread, watching a spider dangle from her ceiling.
“I used to be afraid of spiders,” she reports, continuing with a Brand: Roaring Brook Press.