[ Reading ] ➼ Oliver at the Window Author Elizabeth Shreeve – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk

Oliver at the Window Making A Friend Makes All The Difference When Oliver S Parents Separate, Oliver Must Brave Many New Changes He Shuffles Back And Forth Between His Parents Homes And Now He Goes To Preschool Everyday He Doesn T Know The Kids There Or His New Teacher Isolated And Alone At First, Oliver Slowly Becomes Part Of The Gang Eventually, He S Able To Help The Newest Student Feel Welcome At School Lion Stays With Oliver Everywhere He Goes, Giving Him Just The Thing He Needs To Adjust To All The Changes Courage.


10 thoughts on “Oliver at the Window

  1. says:

    I didn t get the point of it


  2. says:

    My Review When it came time for Oliver to attend a new school he didn t care that there was a pile of blocks to build a castle or a puppet show stage All he wanted to do is stand by the window holding his lion wondering who was going to pick him up later, would it be his mom or dad He was never quite sure whether he will be at his dad s house or his mom s At school he will paint a picture of his mom s house and draw a picture of his dad s house with his lion in both windows Oliver later fel My Review When it came time for Oliver to attend a new school he didn t care that there was a pile of blocks to build a castle or a puppet show stage All he wanted to do is stand by the window holding his lion wondering who was going to pick him up later, would it be his mom or dad He was never quite sure whether he will be at his dad s house or his mom s At school he will paint a picture of his mom s house and draw a picture of his dad s house with his lion in both windows Oliver later felt welcome in his new school and was able to help a new student who felt the way he did feel welcome This is a very good book for children living in separate homes ...


  3. says:

    Brief summaryThis is a very simple story about a little boy who has to start a new school He is starting a new school because his parents are spliting up He is very sad He never know which house he will be going to that night Sometimes his mom picks him up and other times it is his dad Oliver is very sad at school A few weeks go by and Oliver desides that school isnt so bad He doesnt ever cry anyThan a new girl starts school and she is sad just like Oliver use to be He tries to h Brief summaryThis is a very simple story about a little boy who has to start a new school He is starting a new school because his parents are spliting up He is very sad He never know which house he will be going to that night Sometimes his mom picks him up and other times it is his dad Oliver is very sad at school A few weeks go by and Oliver desides that school isnt so bad He doesnt ever cry anyThan a new girl starts school and she is sad just like Oliver use to be He t...


  4. says:

    Age 3 5 yearsSoft and calming images accompany an uncertain time in a child s life when Oliver s parents separate and Oliver becomes disengaged from his world Soon, it comes to pass as he enjoys his new school and helps a new student adjust to her changing world A great story to be read out loud, where the author inserts familiar events and different ways a child can adjust to an uncertain ...


  5. says:

    3.75 stars This is about a boy whose parents don t live in the same house any Olive doesn t know whose house he was going to stay in, mom s or dad s He also started a new school and it was scary, so he holds tight to his lion As he adjusts a little he becomescomfortable Then a new girl comes to class....


  6. says:

    Dealing with the uncertainties of beginning pre school and dealing with his parents divorce, Oliver spends most of his time at the window with his lion, waiting for whichever parent will pick him up next Over time he spendsandtime playing with his classmates, but when a new girl arrives and spends most of her time at the window, Oliver shows his understanding compassion This story touches on parent separation divorce in a mild and simple way Could be a good book to share with a ch Dealing with the uncertainties of beginning pre school and dealing with his parents divorce, Oliver spends most of his time at the window with his lion, waiting for whichever parent will pick him up next Over time ...


  7. says:

    Format Picture BookInterest Level Pre school KOliver adjusts to starting pre school and his parents seperation At first he spends a lot of time at the window with his lion waiting for one of his parents to pick him up After some time has passed he spends less time at the window and starts to interact with the other children This simple story holds a powerful messae for young children who are going through the same thing Oliver is It is a nice book to share with students whose parents are Format Picture BookInterest Level Pre school KOliver adjusts to starting pre school and his parents seperation At first he spends a lot of time at the window with his lion waiting for one of his parents to pick him up After some time has passed he spends less time at the window and starts to interact with the other children This simple story...


  8. says:

    Very sweet book about a little boy s uncertainties as he starts school and his parents get a divorce Oliver waits at the window holding his lion for security, never sure which parent will pick him up Gradually, Oliver spends less time at the window andtime with the o...


  9. says:

    Very mild, simple and sweet handling of the shuffling of a kid between two separated parents Set in preschool school, Oliver has a lovey pet lion by his side, knows which parent is picking him up by the way the door opens, and adjusts enough to be compassionate to a new girl who arrives.


  10. says:

    Story about a young boy s anxiety of a new school in the middle of his parent s separation Shows children that initial feelings and stress to new things can subside Good for children going through changes or children resistant to change.


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