Modeled after The Wizard of Oz, this enchanting story describes a young giraffe who suffers from a fear of heights. On his way to the doctor, he befriends a monkey who is afraid of climbing and a hippo who is a afraid of water. What causes the three new friends to face and overcome their fears? The "For Creative Minds" section includes fun facts and animal adaptation information, as well as a "Match the Feet" game and a mix-and-match activity. Encourages children to overcome their fears and to help friends in trouble.
One summer, people enter the north woods and Mason's peaceful environment will never be the same. Solomon explains the gentle balance that must exist between humans and wildlife. <br><br>Follow Solomon Raven and all the woodland creatures throughout the seasons in all the books in the series.
When things begin to disappear, the friends want to know who is responsible. Can they forgive the theif and turn a fiend into a friend? Character concepts: Self-esteem, being honest, being a good friend, working together.
Pip has a problem. Tab promised to make lunch for the big picnic. But when Pip arrives, nothing is ready. How do Pip and Tab work together to make the picnic a success? Character concepts: Being a good friend, working together, being responsible.
Every day the blue jays find a way to bother Ted. Will these bully birds keep Ted inside or will his friends find a way to help? Character concepts: Self-esteem, perseverance, being a good friend
Bun loves to wear hats. She's very creative. But when she hears her friends make fun of her hats, Bun is sad. How will the friends cheer her up? Character concepts: Self-esteem, empathy, being honest, being a good friend, working together
The friends find a treasure that doesn't belong to them. Should they keep it? Or should they try to find the owner? Character concepts: Being responsible, being honest, working together