Sometimes very young children need help learning how to play fair and be nice to others. Finn is not very kind to his classmates, and he cares mostly about himself. He doesn't help Ahmed or Lily. He shoves Molly and Freddy on the playground. In football, he doesn't play fair. The children are mad at Finn. Then, when no one wants to play with him at breaktime, he feels sad and lonely. How will Finn find a way to make it all better? Ultimately, Finn's teacher helps him see that he can change his mean behaviour and that kindness leads to friendship and fun. Following the story, a series of pictures invites kids to use their own words to tell a story about learning to be nice to others. A special section for adults suggests discussion questions and ideas for guiding children to talk about how it feels to be mean and to be treated meanly and why it's important to be kind and play fair.