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Publisher:  Tintinatie ISBN-10:  0984262539 Type: 


Copyright:  Fall, 2010 ISBN-13:  9780984262533

The five best of friends gather around to build a deeper connection of friendship. When one of the girls gets depressed, they scatter together to help their best friend feel better by sharing stories that are full of colorful imaginations and adventures
where they create amazing new characters. In addition, the girls learn about a circle of positive energy and harmony of elements that make the journey even more exciting. Also at the end this book has an Ad-libs. So buckle up for a story that will touch your
heart, mind, and soul!


"Sewing a Friendship 2.

The Power of Imagination, Friendship, and Mind."

      The five best friends take a step toward helping each other out. Their friendship is unstoppable; especially when one of the girls needs help getting out of her depressed  mood. Each of the girls receives a note from Dogon, Sorkon’s dog and Babushka’s
spy, to help Nina. All of the girls surprisingly rush over to Nina’s house, which is a “House of Rules,” where they discover that only her room is normal:  full of stuffed  animals, dolls, pictures, magazines, and toys. When the girls finally settle down and Nina opens all of her feel-better-gifts from her BFFs, the girls agree to share stories.
     Nina goes first and creates a character called Ninaka, who is going to a birthday party, but gets injured on the way there while picking flowers. Then, Meeka takes over and  also creates a character named Meekasoo, who is going to the same party, but forgets to bring a birthday present with her because she is fascinated by a cute little froggy in her pond. Next, Jonsy talks about her character, Jonsymuchan, who is all royalty as she rides a limousine pulled by stallion horses wearing yellow glittered crowns to the birthday party. Sokron takes flight as she talks of her character, Sokoora, who lives at the headquarters of a Dwarf town and rides a bird dragon that gets her to the birthday party castle. Lastly, Kiki takes a nervous turn in telling her part of the story where her character, Kiamy, has to find the courage and strength to go to the birthday party. On her journey, Kiamy runs into Uzya, who teaches her about her hidden fire power. All of the story characters help Kiamy come to the celebration by shouting her name, and when she arrives, everyone became very excited to see her because they knew that something wonderful would happen. By following Meekasoo’s instructions, the four girls stand in a circle around Ninaka and send her positive energy by using different elements to heal her injury. As the girls do this, everyone else joins in and a taste of harmony fills the atmosphere.
     When the girls finish their story, they come back into reality to find that Nina is feeling all better again. The girls then put together pictures of their stories into a friendship quilt!
In addition, the book has an appendix section with the funniest then ever Ad-lips for anyone who wants to create own stories and LOL.


The sun whispered to the wind to do his job in order for the wind to have a breeze of colors, feelings, and sounds. The wind stood up with a twirl of happiness from his fluffy cloud where he was resting.
“Good winding!” Everyone heard as Mr. Windy-whisper, the wind, scurried over to Wave Street to see what the girls were doing, since there were only two days left of their summer vacation.
“What’s this?” the wind wondered as he looked at a strange dog running around on the street with a golden bell.
“Oh! That’s Dogon, Sokron’s dog. What is that white thing around his neck? Oh, it’s a letter!!!!!!! Let me guess, hmmmm... another invitation for a fashion show? I can’t think of anything else. What’s the answer? Hmmmmmm… Let me hear what the letter is about when Meeka reads it.”
Meeka, the avid student, was waiting in the kitchen for some amazing idea

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