Publish date: February 1st 2006
Publisher: Kids Can Press
Pages no: 40
Edition language: English
Series: Scaredy Squirrel
I love that Scaredy Squirrel addresses such a universal human experience in a delightful relatable way.
This was a fun read for my niece. But this squirrel has some serious issues and phobias. He needs professional help for sure.
Scaredy Squirrel is scared of. . . Well, a lot of things and so that is why he never leaves his tree. Until one day he accidentally leaves his tree and realizes the unknown isn't always so bad.I read this book because I've the Chester books by this same author and also, I've watched the Scaredy Squi...
Scaredy Squirrel is fun on a lot of different levels. On the surface it's a great choice for a child who is very fearful as these issues are approached in a uniquely funny and sensitive way. But it's appeal is bigger than just that. The book's focus isn't just fear of 'things', but also the fear ...
Poor little squirrel, frightened of everything. Watt is so clever.