After countless phone calls and letters from fans, we've brought back these time-honored tales. Sharing life lessons and memorable morals, the Serendipity books are a seasoned favorite with children and parents alike. So, journey to the magical, mystical land of Serendipity with these four cherished editions featuring newly revised text from the author.A sweet young squirr...more
Paperback, 32 pages
Published July 23rd 2001 by Price Stern Sloan
(first published 1978)
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Jan 26, 2012 Amelia rated it 3 of 5 stars
This one didn't strike my chord quite as much as some of the others. Maybe I'm thick-headed or something, but I didn't get the storyline exactly. The Crickle-Crack tree seemed out of place. I'm probably overthinking this very simple children's book. I guess I really didn't like that the tree was growing back. I would think that all the creaures would go back and make sure it's completely destroyed.
As with most Serendipity Books, the drawings are really captivating and adorable. I was amused by how frank the message of this story is; Squeakers is basically suffering from a drug addiction. I loved reading this book to children at the library when I was a volunteer.