Unlimited [Historical Fiction Book] Ì Me, Too! - by Annika Dunklee Lori Joy Smith ¾

By Annika Dunklee Lori Joy Smith | Comments: ( 526 ) | Date: ( Jan 29, 2020 )

There are many reasons why Annie is best friends with Lillemor, who is from Sweden They re the same age They like the same colors They like doing the same things They can both speak another language Okay, so Annie made hers up, but she is pretty sure it still counts Annie and Lillemor like each other so much they play together every day But then Lilianne, a newThere are many reasons why Annie is best friends with Lillemor, who is from Sweden They re the same age They like the same colors They like doing the same things They can both speak another language Okay, so Annie made hers up, but she is pretty sure it still counts Annie and Lillemor like each other so much they play together every day But then Lilianne, a new girl from France, arrives Annie can t stand that Lillemor has become friends with Lilianne, and that Lilianne seems to have things in common with Lillemor than Annie does even their names, which both begin with Lil Has Annie lost her best friend forever


  • Title: Me, Too!
  • Author: Annika Dunklee Lori Joy Smith
  • ISBN: 9781771381048
  • Page: 126
  • Format: Hardcover

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Comments Me, Too!

  • RH Walters

    One of my tests for a children's book is how often you can read it without getting sick of it. Maybe it's because I can say "Ja kan prata svenska," but we read this one over and over again.


  • Jess at Such a Novel Idea

    I received a copy of this book via Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review. This did not affect my opinion in any way.This book is one of the cutest books I've read with my children in a long time. I was giggling with delight as I turned each page. Both my eight year old son and my six year old daughter LOVED the book. The sentences were simple enough that they could practice reading them.The art work is beautifully done, in a lovely palate of colors. While it is about three [...]


  • Barbara

    Annie and her best friend Lillemor have so much in common, including their love for things that are pink or purple. But when Lilianne, a new girl from France, arrives, Annie feels left out because it seems the other two girls have much more in common that she and Lillemor did. As it turns out, they share more interests than a love for the same colors and facility with languages. The kid-appealing illustrations were created in pencil and colored in Photoshop and show the anxiety Annie feels at fi [...]


  • Rxmi

    *I received this book through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Me enamoré de las ilustraciones en el momento en el que vi por primera vez la portada, son absolutamente preciosas. Y la historia, a pesar de ser muy corta, deja un mensaje específico muy lindo. Un libro muy bonito para las más pequeñas.


  • Jay

    ARC kindly provided by NetGalley on behalf of the publishers a nice little story about friends who like the same things 3.5yo son wasn't a fan, he was very quick to inform me it was a "girls book!" lol


  • Encian Pastel

    There are a lot of things I like about this book, including friends who speak different languages and the friendship triangle plot. However, the book imparts the idea that friendship is built around commonalities and sameness, and that important differences should be minimized rather than acknowledged. Which in my opinion ultimately makes this book a bad choice for young children, for whom we need to emphasize as much as possible the embracing of sameness AND difference.Also, I was annoyed that [...]


  • Krista Ginnis

    This is a cute story about friendship. It goes to prove the old saying of two is company and three is a crowd is false. Annie, Lillemor, and Lilianne realize they all have things in common and can all be each others friends. It is a good book to read in class to incorporate friendship amongst all students.


  • Sarah Herb

    I liked this book because it is all about friendship. It shows a perfect example of how kids react to this situation. I like how it showed the solution and that everyone can find things in common and be friends. It was well illustrated and well written with assistance for the other languages.


  • Kim Adams

    I loved this story about friendship and how much we have in common with people who we might think are different than we are. This is a really cute story with great illustrations.


  • Jo Oehrlein

    Encourages kids to know that they can "share" a friend. Focuses on finding things that you have in common with others.Includes some words/phrases in both Swedish and French.


  • nikki

    very cute. and handles the theme very well :)


  • Eden Greenhouse

    Summary: The book begins by describing the friendship between Annie and her Swedish best friend, Lillemor. They are best friends, because they share four major things in common: they are the same age, they like the same colors, they like doing the same things, and they can both speak another language. One day, Annie arrives at school and notices that Lillemor does not greet her with a big hug. To her dismay, Annie sees Lillemor playing with a new French girl named Lilianne. Annie finds out that [...]


  • Sharon Tyler

    Me, Too! by Annika Dunklee and Lori Joy Smith is a picturebook about two friends which is currently schedule for publication on April 1 2015. There are many reasons why Annie is best friends with Lillemor, who is from Sweden. They have so many things in common that they spend as much time together as possible. But then Lilianne, a new girl from France, arrives. Annie can't stand that Lillemor has become friends with Lilianne, and that Lilianne seems to have more things in common with Lillemor th [...]


  • Elaine

    A superb short story involving three girls. Two - Annie and Lillemor - are best friends and have lots in common. When the third, a new girl from France - Lilianne - starts at their school Annie is worried that Lillemor will no longer be best friends with her. This story helps children understand that someone else coming doesn’t necessarily mean losing your friend, instead you could add a new friend to your group! This book has delightful illustrations and will appeal to young readers who will [...]


  • Katie Fitzgerald

    Dialogue is an important component of this book, and this is reflected by the use of lots of colorful speech bubbles containing words in English, Lillemor's native Swedish, Lilianne's native French and Annie's made-up Oinky Boinky language. There is not much physical action in the story, so most of the pictures simply portray the friends engaged in their favorite activities and later, interacting with Lilianne. The characters' different clothing, hairstyles, and accessories are sure to catch the [...]


  • Lorie

    Annie and Lillemor are best friends; they have many things in common like favorite colors and being the same age. A new girl from France arrives and Annie worries that Lillemor who is Swedish will not be her best friend anymore and will have more in common with the new girl than her.This picture book will appeal to children in early elementary grades as they begin to understand the concept of friendship and that friends are usually friends because they have common interests. An engagingly good s [...]


  • Li Or

    3.5This book would be best suited for children (particularly girls since the characters in this book are 7-year-old girls) who feel possessive of their best friend and are worried that someone might take their friend away from them if their best friend makes friends with anyone else. If we're being very specific, it may particularly appeal to little girls who are from Swedish or Canadian origins since the book features some Swedish text and some Canadian delicacies like maple syrup.About the sto [...]


  • marvellings

    This review is based on an Advance Review Copy from NetGalley.Annie and Lillemor are the best of friends. But when Lillemor starts spending time with Lilianne, the new girl from France, Annie starts to feel left out. That is, until she realizes just how much the three of them have in common!Cute book, featuring somewhat culturally-diverse friendships. I wish Annie got to be explicitly Canadian though (all the signs point to it: both author and artist are Canadian, the book is published by Kids C [...]


  • Charissa Wilkinson

    I received this book as part of the First Reads Program for the purpose of a fair review.Overview: Annie’s best friend is from Sweden, Lillemor, but they seem to have so much in common. One day, a new girl moves to town from France. She seems to have so much in common with Lillemor too.Likes: There was a lot of foreign words, the best thing is that Ms. Dunklee added the translations right on the page, with one exception. It was a rather cute tale.Conclusion: This was a fun book. It can help s [...]


  • Sarah -

    I received this book free as an ARC via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Such a cute story! Easy to read text and fun pictures, a fun story about two best friendswho suddenly become three best friends when a new girl comes to school. At first Annie is not sure about the new girl, especially when she feels like she is losing her best friend, but then she is reminded about all the things all three girls have in common and they are happy and play. Good story about friendship; this would b [...]


  • Francesca

    I received a free ebook copy of this book by the book's publishers via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.This is the lovely story of three little girls. One of them feels left out, but in the end everything is solved when they realize they all have so many things in common.I especially liked the fact that one of the themes was international friendship, and I say so because I'm Italian but I live in San Francisco. The art is extremely colorful and the drawings make you smile (c'mon, look [...]


  • Katie Logonauts

    This friendship tale addresses a classic problem: two great friends and the uncomfortable arrival of a third. The unique appeal of this book is in its embrace of diverse characters: Lillemor is from Sweden and speaks English and Swedish, while Annie speaks English and Oinky Boinky (her own invented language). Both enjoy learning about each other's backgrounds and differences. But when new girl Lilianne arrives from France, Annie immediately goes on high alert. Will her friendship with Lillemor s [...]


  • Jayna

    A very cute story about two best friends with a lot in common. All of a sudden, a new girl comes along and poor Annie does not adjust well. As an early elementary teacher, 'third wheels' are a very common problem, especially with girls. This is a great story for that situation. Hopefully it will help some children learn that you can have more than one friend!I received a copy in exchange for an honest review.


  • Angel

    This is a cute story of an issue I think so many young girls in school face. Someone taking away thier best friend. This short, colorful story shows how there can be more than one friend, and it is okay. I liked how when faced with those concerns, Annie told them about it and by doing that, they were able to see all the things in common the new girl also had with Annie. Colorful illustrations. ARC through Netgalley and Kids Can Press.


  • Kate Hastings

    Grades K-2. Annie and Lillemore are best friends. They have a lot in common and go everywhere together. Until a new girl arrives. Annie sees Lillemore playing with her and is worried the new girl may have more in common with her friend than she does-- causing Lillemore to like the new girl more.It turns out the three of them have a lot in common and that the new girl has a lot in common with Annie.Book addresses new friends and jealousy.


  • Alisha Thompson

    I won this book through first reads giveaways. My children thought it was silly and loved it. I loved the story and the message that you can be best friends with more than one person and have things in common with more than one person. My daughter is going into the 2nd grade and this book was a perfect way to help her see that old friends and new friends alike a great to have around and that we can learn things from everyone if we only take the time to get to know people.


  • Megan Howard

    Me, too is an adorable book about friendship. Annie and her best friend have a lot in common. When a new girl arrives Annie gets jealous but the three realize they all have a lot in common. This book not only teaches children about being nice to someone new but there is an element of diversity involved because Annie's best friend was from Sweden and the new girl is from France. This could be a really good book for a classroom with a lot of diversity.


  • Lauren

    It's great having a best friend! You share the same interests and like what each other have to offer. All is wonderful, until a new girl arrives and takes away your best friend. Me, Too! deals with feelings of being left out and creating new friendships. Love the simple, colorful illustrations. Not a lot of text on each page keeps the pace moving along. Love the dialogue in other languages with the "bug" to show translations.


  • Barbra

    Annie and Lillemor like a lot of the same things. When a new girl comes along and has similar tastes, Annie questions the strength of their friendship. She soon discovers there is room enough in their hearts for three. Cute illustrations fill the pages of this wonderful story for ages five to seven.


  • Wanda

    This is a cute children's book about learning to broaden our circle of friends without being jealous. Two little girls who have much in common find that another little girl fits right in. Simple, sweet, and cute illustrations. This was a book I won from a Goodread's giveaway drawing.


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