Sally learns a lesson when everyone around her calls her Selfish Sally. She s not sure what SELFISH means until she talks it over with her mom. She realizes that her choice to keep her things to herself has a negative effect on her life. Lonely and unhappy, she decides to give sharing a try and finds the world is a much better place to live when we all share what we have.
About the Illustrator
Helen M. Saltzberg lives in Redding, Connecticut and Palm Beach, Florida. With an MBA degree from New York University, she has won many awards throughout her lifetime. Her artwork has been displayed in many private and public collections. She established the Jaffe Center Helen Salzberg Artists in Residence Program at Florida Atlantic University.
"This is a fabulous book for teaching young students a valuable lifelong lesson on the topic of sharing. Selfish Sally will be an excellent addition to the book collection of educators, counselors, social workers, psychologists, or those who work with young children in some capacity."
Bonnie R. Bernstein Ph.D, School Psychologist
"Once again, Adrienne Falzon has written a book that is an essential reference to a child s social and emotional development. Persistent to her journey as an author, Adrienne continues to impart important life skills through a child's perspective. Her message of acceptance, tolerance, compassion, and empathy is loud and clear. Thank you, Adrienne, for your continued dedication to children."
Cindy Brown Director at Redeemer Preschool Carlsbad, California
"Adrienne Falzon has created a beautiful gentle tale about sharing that affirms the child s own ability to recognize the effects of selfishness. It s just the way to teach: non-blaming, with supportive adult guidance but with the child as main character. Brava!"
Carol Jenkins TV Host Black America, Journalist, Author