Determined or stubborn? One little girl learns the difference when a mother bird confuses the girl’s uncombed and tangled hair for a great place to nest and hatch eggs. Also available in French-English
Solving problems is a snap when jungle animals work as a team. More importantly, sharing is fun.
Do backyard frogs make good pets?
Tempting as it may be to keep them indoors, one little girl learns to see things from the frog’s point of view after the frog jumps into her soup.
Rivalry, whether between siblings or friends , is overcome when these two siblings discover the advantage of cooperation to achieve a goal and the joy of sharing the rewards.
Decide for yourself if mice are house pests... or not.
These very winsome characters make a humorous and convincing case to defend their reputation with concrete examples. Readers will ponder, animal lovers will cheer, and all will delight in their antics.
Learning new things is challenging for these lively children until each in turn learns to pay attention and practice, while being patient and brave, even asking for help if needed.
Sibling dispute is resolved when one sets off on a solo- adventure while the other cleverly remains undetected but amuses herself by creating a series of clues for him to follow.