I have an imaginary friend


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It is quite common for children between the ages of three and five years to have an imaginary friend, children with imaginary companions tend to be less shy than their peers and are better able to focus their attention and see things from another person’s perspective. Some parents worry that their child’s imaginary friends may distract him or her from having real ones, but researchers have found that’s not the case.  Kids with imaginary friends have lots of real friends too — plus an active imagination, a rich vocabulary, and a great capacity for independent play. Read this book regularly to help your child understand that it is ok to have some unusual friends.

During each stage multiple changes in the development of the brain are taking place. Ages and stages is a term used to broadly outline key periods in the human development timeline. Stages include physical, intellectual, language, social and emotional. Brave Books offers a number of topics that cover these exciting yet challenging years.

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