Scaredy Squirrel Goes Camping
Scaredy Squirrel shows us that even though some things are scary, it can be worth getting out of your comfort zone to try something new!
I can't wait to see what Scaredy Squirrel will accomplish next!
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In this book, Scaredy Squirrel appreciates the outdoors, but he's afraid of all the dangers it may hold, like the three bears. His solution is to watch the nature channel on TV, but - uh oh! - he has to plug in his TV through an extension cord, which he must guide through the "rugged wilderness!"
This would be great to share with one or two children, kindergarten or older. Kids can help point out ho ...more
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Scaredy Squirrel likes to stay in his nut tree. That's where it's safe. It's the outside world that is scary and unpredictable...you never know when a fluffy bunny could pop out at you! Unfortunately, Scaredy Squirrel's new TV requires power to work, so Scaredy Squirrel devises a plan to get the tv plugged in, but of course nothing goes as planned, and he must confront his anxieties and possibly make a new fr ...more
Well, that was unexpected! Of all the things he was preparing for, that was not the one I thought might happen! Another fun adventure with Scaredy Squirrel where he over-plans and over-reacts, but learns a good lesson in the end.
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This would be a good book to read to children that have never had the pleasure of camping and may be afraid of the unknown. Scaredy Squirrel does a good job of explaining all of the things that could keep you from camping as well as all the exciting things that can happen when you actually go camping.
This book was cute! I think young students would enjoy this book, and it's main character Squirrel. I though the book was charming and entertaining. It was an easy read and I really enjoyed the illustrations throughout. The pictures were so well done, and they really did add to the storyline of the book. I think that this would be such a fun book to have in class. ...more
Lots of humor for younger readers with a message to try new things.