Overcoming Fear Focus of Andreae / Parker-Rees Children's Book, Be Brave, Little Penguin

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Be Brave, Little Penguin

Little Pip-Pip is the smallest of the penguins on his corner of the Antarctic. But it's not his size that's a problem for him, but his intense fear of doing what all the other penguins are doing: getting into the water.

Pip-Pip is laughed at by his peers, but encouraged by his mother. We learn there are all sorts of very good reasons why Pip-Pip should be afraid of the water. It's cold. It's dark. And there are things that live beneath the water that might eat him. Sounds like good reasons to me for staying on the ice! But then, what kind of lesson would that be for young readers?

Told in an engaging rhyming meter and illustrated with edge-to-edge color illustrations, BE BRAVE, LITTLE PENGUIN is an adorable tale, designed in an easy-to-read fashion that encourages children to follow along and vocalize the verses.

Created by Giles Andreae and Guy Parker-Rees who brought us GIRAFFES CAN'T DANCE, BE BRAVE, LITTLE PENGUIN will delight young readers and their parents.

4.0 / 5.0