- Author:Marlene Fanta Shyer
- Publisher:Scribner; First Edition edition (1985)
- Pages:30 pages
- FB2 format1748 kb
- ePUB format1806 kb
- DJVU format1637 kb
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A child presents the pros and cons of being an only child. One is the loneliest number, or is it? This young boy wishes away his days to discover as an only child It’s always my turn.
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Here I am, an only child. By Marlene Fanta Shyer. Illustrated by Donald Carrick. Ages 5 to 8) A wise little boy, charmingly illustrated, considers the pros and cons of being an only child. He has to walk the dog and take the blame for spilt milk, but gets all the Christmas presents and attention from his parents. Yossi asks the angels for help.
Bibliographic Details. Title: Here I am, an only child. Kindergarten-Grade 2 A young boy deliberates the fairness of being an only child. He first speculates on the possible advantages of having siblings and laments the chores and responsibilities that are his alone. Publication Date: 1985. In this self-centered vein he celebrates that "It's always my turn because I'm an only child," but readers are left with the feeling that only children are selfish and spoiled.
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Marlene Fanta Shyer beamed as her son Chris's kindergarten teacher delivered a glowing report on his adjustmen. I'm afraid he may grow up to be a homosexual. In alternating voices, this frank memoir chronicles the long journey mother and son took from a relationship of concealment and shame about Chris's homosexuality to one of acceptance and love. Books related to Not Like Other Boys, Growing Up Gay by Marlene Fanta Shyer and Christopher Shyer.
Used availability for Marlene Fanta Shyer's Here I Am, an Only Child. January 1985 : USA Hardback. September 1987 : USA Paperback.