Ebba is only in fourth grade which makes going into fifth seem impossible. However, she learns that friends and family are always there to help, even friends from the unlikeliest places. Ebba learns the forest is full of personality.
This is a story about embracing change and accepting friends who are there to help.
It’s about finding hope in others even when hope seems too far away.
In this story of friendship, a girl and a squirrel learn to understand and ultimately love one another.
• Have you ever been lost? Was it scary? Did anyone help you find your way back?
• Do your Grandparents ever give you advice?
• Do you have pets? Do you sometimes talk to them about any problems you may be having?
• Do you live near the woods? If so, do you like to play in the woods? If not, do you think it would be fun to play in the woods?
• What animals would you like to see in the woods? Which ones might you feed?
• What animal that lives in the woods do you think might be a good pet?
|Product dimensions:||5.00(w) x 7.99(h) x 0.11(d)|
|Age Range:||8 - 12 Years|
About the Author
A native of Chattanooga, Tennessee, Karen Paul Stone holds a BA degree in French and Spanish from the University of Kentucky and founded Waldenhouse Publishers, Inc. in 1995 near Chattanooga. She serves as Editor in Chief and principal designer. She is also Editor of McCoy Farm & Gardens Newsletter in Walden, TN. She was co-founder of Ashland Press in 1975 and for ten years a principal of Transylvania Printing Company, both in Lexington, KY. She is author of several books.