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Tima goes for the Dance

Tima goes for the Dance

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Children have the opportunity to meet and socialize with peers in their schools and communities, and this can expose them to different social behaviors. By the age of nine, children are faced with various choices, some of which may not have clear right or wrong answers, such as skipping class or lying to their parents. Making decisions on their own can be challenging, and this is where peer pressure comes into play. Friends can influence a child's behavior and choices, whether positively or negatively.

Tima, a young boy easily swayed by his friends, learns a valuable lesson when he breaks his hand after leaving a dance. He realizes the negative consequences of peer pressure and becomes more cautious about the choices he makes and the company he keeps.

Book Details

Type of Book: Modern

Book's Lanuage:

  • English

Author/Curator: Diana Nawatene

Illustrator: Joseph Kalwanyi

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