Frizzy Tizzy learns self-confidence. She spends the morning at the park with Mommy and Daddy. She wants to feel like a big girl, so she attempts to go down the bigger slide for the first time in her life.
|Product dimensions:||7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.07(d)|
About the Author
Wendy Hinbest started writing in 2009. Last year she released her debut YA mystery thriller novel, Masquerade of Lies. She is currently working on her next YA novel, Sin of Darkness. She has also written articles for Inspiring News about children and heart health. She started her own podcast, A Girl Who Craves Her Faves, where she recaps all the drama in her favourite reality shows. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family, watching movies and being active. She lives in Hamilton, Ontario with her husband and their five young children.
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Frizzy Tizzy Goes to the Park based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Tizzy Frizzy Goes to the Park is simply a day in the life of a little girl exploring her world and all of it's wonderful discoveries. It took me back to my first visit to a park with challenging attractions such as the merry-go-round, monkey bars and a very intimidating slide in which Tizzy also faces with wonder and concern. With the help of a new made friend Tizzy Frizzy confronts her fear and learns a life lesson. With someone at your side to help guide you through doubtful times, one can over come great obstacles no matter age or size. I can see many future adventures in which Tizzy Frizzy overcomes life challenges. Young readers will love the simple message and lessons while reading this author's stories. I for one love Tizzy's hair and the confidence in which she shows it off. Great job by the illustrator. (I read this book as a request for an honest review which I have given.)
Frizzy Tizzy is unforgettable! The illustrations are colorful and interesting. Tizzy is cute as can be. During her day at the park, Tizzy faces her fear and learns a valuable lesson. This is a wonderful children's book!
This is a short, sweet children's book that is part of a series of books about a little girl named Tizzy. They call her Frizzy Tizzy because of her frizzy hair. In this particular adventure, she spends the day at the park with her parents and decides to conquer the big slide. However, when she gets to the top she gets frightened and doesn't want to go down. A new friend helps her conquer her fears. This was short and sweet, a perfect read-aloud for very young listeners. My favorite part is probably the illustrations. The family is mixed race and the other children featured are of different races and hair colors. I like that it's just a part of the book, and that the book isn't about that. It's hard to find children's books where diversity is just normal and not the subject. As foster parents, we never who is going to walk in our door. So, we feel it's particularly important for the children in our home to be surrounded by books and toys of all races and cultures. I like that this little story included that without it being the theme.
Reviewed by Savannah Edelen for Readers' Favorite In Frizzy Tizzy Goes to the Park by Wendy Hinbest, Frizzy Tizzy gets to do something new. She gets to go to the park. When she wakes up that morning, she smells bacon and eggs. When she runs downstairs and eats her breakfast, her parents ask her what she wants to do. Frizzy Tizzy tells them that she wants to go to the park and her parents say okay. They go and get dressed and then they go to the park. Frizzy Tizzy loves spending time with her mom and dad. Frizzy Tizzy and her dad go over to the swings and he pushes her on the swing. Before they leave, Frizzy Tizzy wants to go down a slide. She decides to go down the big slide that she has never gone down before. She sees other kids sliding down it and thinks that she can do it if they can. When she goes to slide down, Frizzy Tizzy gets scared. A little girl behind her offers to go down with her so that she won’t be as scared. Then Frizzy Tizzy wants to go down the slide again and again. Frizzy Tizzy and the girl become friends and Frizzy Tizzy is no longer afraid to go down the slide. Frizzy Tizzy Goes to the Park by Wendy Hinbest is a great story that will teach your kids not to be afraid of doing something just because it is scary. Just because it is different doesn’t mean it is bad. You might make a new friend along the way that will help you overcome your fear. I love how well the fear of going down the slide comes through. I also love how a new friend comes along and helps her overcome the fear. The blossoming friendship is shown well through simple and kind acts that little kids can truly appreciate. It's a well written book about an amazing little girl.