Ben cannot think of a pet his parents will let him keep in their apartment, until he finds an unexpected animal friend.
Ben Finds a Friend book.
Ben Finds a Friend book. Ben cannot think of a pet his parents will let him keep in their.
Anne-Marie Chapouton (Author), Ulises Wensell (Illustrator). Ben is a lonely boy who asks for a pet and his cruel parents deny him this pleasure as well as giving him no rational explanation as to why he can't have a pet. At one point Ben gets sick and the doctor tells him that he has a bug. Ben, the fatalistic child, proclaims that "it has come to keep me company. I will now kill myself.
Originally written in French. I ask only once a year: please help the Internet Archive today
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This book was translated by Andrea Mernan. Children will love this wonderful story with colorful illustrations. The book is in very good, used condition with no writing throughout the book. There is some slight rubbing on the corners. The binding is firm and intact. It was published by . Putnams Sons in 1986 as a Weekly Reader Childrens Book Club book. This item will ship USPS First Class mail which takes 2-5 business days. For other vintage books and items, please visit my Etsy shop at: vintagetoyshoppe. Our environment is smoke free; however, this book was previously owned and appears to have come from a smoke free environment as well.
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Anne-Marie’s first book, Phoebe Finds Her Voice, was shortlisted for the inaugural Times/Chicken House Children’s Fiction Competition and picked for the Summer Reading Challenge 2011. Find out more about Anne-Marie at. ww. nnemarieconway. First published in the UK in 2013 by Usborne Publishing Lt. Usborne House, 83-85 Saffron Hill, London EC1N 8RT, England.
Ben Finds A Friend by Anne Marie Chapouton Adapted for Reader's Theater by Jenny Miller Narrator Mom Ben Dad Doctor Narr: More than anything in the world, Ben wanted a pet that would be his friend. First, he asked his mother about a dog. A little brown dog with floppy ears and a wagging tail.