“Yow!“ At the end the two kids become friends.
This is more of a fun read and probably not used to read out loud, but for kids to read on their own.
Yo! Yes by Christopher Raschka was published in 1993. The reader finds themselves discovering a big and important message of friendship and empathy in such a simplistic way. While the story is short in words, it makes up for in a big way in the important lesson it teaches to kids. I also loved the illustrations and how you could feel the emotions of the children.
Yo! Yes? Was written by Chris Raschka in 1994 and is a Caldecott Honor book. This book has very few words, but portrays a strong message. The message that anyone can be friends if you are nice and try. This book also features an African American character which I find to be awesome since it was written in 1994. I love the diversity of this book and how it easily shows kids that no matter who you are or what you look like you can have friends.
Caldecott and was written in 1993. This is book is a picture book with a few words, but really sends a message behind such few words. The two boys in the book talk to other and the black boy wants to be friends with the other boy because he doesnt have any friends. At the end, they become friends and jump with joy.