It’s Okay to Make Mistakes

by Todd Parr


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    • Grades: PreK - 1
    • Ages: 3 - 6
    • Format: Paperback Book
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Short Summary
It’s okay not to know the answer…you might learn something new. It’s even okay to spill things…because you can always clean it up! Wise words for younger children.

Good For:
Favorite Picture Book Author, Bold Art & Only a Few Words Per Page, Easing Social Anxieties, Inspiring Message for Little Learners

Topics and Themes:
Making Friends, Creativity & Self-Expression, Taking Risks, Self-Knowledge & Self-Acceptance

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This colorful, feel-good book reminds kids to embrace the happy accidents in life that can lead to self-discovery. With bold illustrations and a reassuring tone, this book encourages kids to experiment and explore new paths.

From coloring outside the lines and creating a unique piece of art to forgetting an umbrella but making a new friend, each page offers a kid-friendly take on the importance of trying new things and embracing life, mistakes and all.

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Product Details

    • Grades: PreK - 1
    • Ages: 3 - 6
  • Product Type: Book
  • Page Count: 32 pages
  • Dimensions: 9" x 9"
  • Language: English
  • ISBN 13: 978-0-545-80130-0

Editorial Reviews

"The bright, bold digital illustrations are outlined in black and set against colorful backgrounds, making the book perfect for group sharing and discussing."—School Library Journal

"In his ineffable fashion, Parr delivers a reassuring mashup that's part Keith Haring and part Sesame Street."—Kirkus Reviews