I judged it by its cover - ‘activities for kids’ to learn social skills and make friends. It doesn’t deliver on expectations in my opinion. I flicked through and glanced over random content but we didn’t find it useful enough to get started on reading this book from cover to cover. I still don’t know what age group this is aimed at? Mature, self-motivated children, who are interested in self-help books and able to read the paragraphs at the level in this book? But then why are the graphics geared toward younger kids? Or maybe it is useful for teachers who can use it to come up with activities in class. As parent of a first grader, this was useless. It was too advanced for our first grader to read independently and not at all interesting or engaging for our child to listen to with an adult reading it out loud without sounding condescending (it covers basic etiquette/concepts most kids already know). Why would they want to work on an activity based on that? Our first grader ultimately had zero interest in this as an ‘activity book’. Not a useful social skills book or an activity book for young kids in my opinion and it seems to miss the target audience.