When Lizzy Was Afraid of Trying New Things by Inger Maier
  

When Lizzy Was Afraid of Trying New Things

Written by Inger Maier
Illustrated by Jennifer Candon

Synopsis

When Lizzy Was Afraid of Trying New Things by Inger Maier

Lizzy is shy and afraid of failing or making mistakes, so she refuses to try new things. Fuzzy the Little Sheep helps his anxious sister by devising a plan whereby she gets to add a stone to a rock pile every time she tries something new. Lizzy begins hesitantly, with small challenges, but eventually tries more and more things as she gets excited by the growing rock pile and realizes how much fun she is having.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
32 pages

Author

Inger Maier
More books by Inger Maier

Publisher

American Psychological Association

Publication date

31st October 2004

ISBN

9781591471707


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