Friends are important. The first friendships are already made at kindergarten age, even if this "friendship" sometimes only lasts for an afternoon. As long as children are still small, friendships are often alliances of convenience so that they do not have to play alone or form alliances against other children or even adults. But the older the children get, the more important the quality of the relationship becomes. But how do you find a real friend? What can you expect from friends, and how can you be a good friend yourself? In exciting reading stories Leo Bormans lets ten special birds experience the aspects of friendship. With the help of the animals, he succeeds in conveying the latest findings from the field of Positive Psychology on the subject of friendship in a child-friendly way. At the end of the story, each chapter provides questions and suggestions for.