One day while Fuzzy raced with his friends, he fell and skinned his little sheep knees. Big tears ran down his face, and he ran to look for his mother. "Ma-a-ah!" He looked and looks, but he couldn't find her. "I'm scared. Where are you?" he cried. While Fuzzy the Little Sheep is out playing with his friends, he falls and skins his knee. He searches for his mother, can't find her, and feels scared and alone. Fuzzy soon finds his mom, but then he is afraid to let her out of his sight. Fuzzy's mother has several ideas to help him cope with being away from her, which he practices, and eventually he is able to play comfortably with his friends and not be near her. Includes a Note to Parents.
|Publisher:||American Psychological Association|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||7.80(w) x 7.90(h) x 0.60(d)|
|Age Range:||3 - 7 Years|
About the Author
Inger Maier, PhD, is a clinical psychologist and author of Ben's Flying Flowers, When Fuzzy Was Afraid of Losing His Mother, When Fuzzy Was Afraid of Big and Loud Things, and When Lizzy Was Afraid of Trying New Things. Jennifer Candon, EdM, lives in Massachusetts and works for a social policy think tank focused on PreK–12 education and reform. She is the illustrator of When Fuzzy Was Afraid of Losing His Mother, When Fuzzy Was Afraid of Big and Loud Things, and When Lizzy Was Afraid of Trying New Things.