By Mélanie Watt, Tara Walker
Kids Can Press Copyright © 2006 Mélanie Watt
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Scaredy Squirrel never leaves his nut tree.
He'd rather stay in his safe and familiar tree than risk venturing out into the unknown. The unknown can be a scary place for a squirrel.
A few things Scaredy Squirrel is afraid of:
So he's perfectly happy to stay right where he is.
Advantages of never leaving the nut tree:
- great view
- plenty of nuts
- safe place
Disadvantages of never leaving the nut tree:
- same old view
- same old nuts
- same old place
In Scaredy Squirrel's nut tree, every day is the same. Everything is predictable. All is under control. (Continues...)
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