It's time to go back to school. But Tortoise is worried. What if he falls down? What if he doesn't like lunch? What if the kids are mean to him? What if he falls down, doesn't like lunch, and the kids are mean to him? The perfect back-to-school book about being brave, with a surprise at the end!
|Publisher:||Whitman, Albert & Company|
|Product dimensions:||10.10(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||4 - 8 Years|
About the Author
As a child Lucy George wrote stories and poems, directed several plays (starring her sisters) and enjoyed making magic potions out of household goods. She studied English Literature at University and now lives in Wales near the sea where she writes and works. Merel Eyckerman is from Belgium, near Antwerp. She met her husband, Benjamin Leroy, whilst studying and enjoys discussing all aspects of her drawing work with him. When Merel is not busy shaping a character for a new children's book, she is busy creating archeological drawings at home, or in Egypt.
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Back to School Tortoise based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
A little story taken from a joke that¿s been widely circulated among teachers. Tortoise gets up. It¿s the first day of school. But on the way to school, Tortoise begins to worry that he won¿t be liked and he won¿t have fun. He decides to sit outside the classroom, too scared to go in. Then he starts to imagine all the fun he might be missing and goes in. The class greets him, saying, ¿Good morning, Mr. Tortoise.¿¿Tortoise got up,got dressed,and had breakfast.Then he left for school.But he started thinking,what if¿¿he tripped and fell?Or he didn¿t like lunch?Or the kids were mean to him?¿