At Camp WannaTippaTrashCan, all kinds of adventures await that are beyond anything Roger had imagined. He meets lots of Raccoon kids just like him, and together they shout camp cheers, weave baskets, and tuck and tumble for nighttime marauding missions. As the week goes by, Roger begins to conquer his homesickness and discovers the mysteries of the camps complicated history with Humans. During his adventures, Roger befriends a homesick Human boy who helps him pull off the best marauding mission ever. Just like his dad always said, If youre going to do something totally crazy, it must also be totally brave.
By the end of the week, Roger cant wait for his next chance to return to Camp WannaTippaTrashCan. But, will Roger ever see his new Human friend again?
What Juniper lacks in size, she makes up for in heart. And her heart is dead-set on growing up and getting taller. She's tired of having to reach for the cookie jar or use a stepping stool for the toilet. Everything in Juniper's world seems to be made for adults. Ugh!
Juniper is industrious, however, and builds several silly contraptions to help reach her goals. But it isn't until she makes a fun new friend at school, Clove, who is even smaller than Juniper, that she is able to see her world from a new perspective—and appreciate all sizes, big or small.
After a long night of foraging, a tired raccoon returns home to sleep in Old Tree's branches. Oblivious to the rain and wind of a raging storm, the raccoon is protected and sheltered by the tree. Beloved author-illustrator David McPhail crafts a simple, yet powerful, allegory about the safety of home and the strength of unconditional love.
Rattatapp and Rattitatt take all of the food out of the familys home. That night, the raccoons had fun sharing the food with all of their friends. But the Kittyfield six-some was very sad. They did not catch any fish to eat that day, and when they arrived home, their food was all gone. The kittens went to bed on empty stomachs and woke up hungry and crying in the morning.
The Kittyfields and the Practical Joke, a picture book for young children, shares the whimsical story of what happens to one cat family when two impish raccoons play a practical joke.
Along the lonely way, Rupert meets Kale the chameleon. Kale has a big problem: he cant change color like hes supposed to. Later, they meet Nellie the nightingale, and she cant sing. Rupert invites them both to join on his adventure to Adcock. However, they soon discover Adcock is quite busy, and it might be impossible for them to have their dreams granted.
Will they ever find the wise owl? Will the three misfits find a way to fit in? Well, the truth is, Rupert comes to learn that being different isnt so bad after all. In fact, being different is what makes him special and important. In this whimsical retelling of The Wizard of Oz, find out why were all unique and how that uniqueness makes us amazing!
A case of sibling rivalry is neatly resolved with the “assistance” of a hilarious raccoon in Lauren Castillo’s warm, simple text and gorgeous classic illustrations.
This warm, thoughtful and reassuring story is written from the perspective of a young child. It's perfect for children about to move house or start new school, but has a universal message for any child about the importance of kindness and acceptance when meeting someone new.
At first, Raccoon thought a picnic with his friend Duck sounded like fun, but he?s having second thoughts. After all, picnics can be very dangerous. They might get attacked by bees, or fall into the river, or even run into a giant, fire-breathing dragon who lives in a cave! Yes, a picnic is a very bad idea indeed.
Luckily, Duck knows that even though you can?t plan for the unexpected, there?s no reason to be afraid of it, because some surprises in life can be wonderful.
In her sharp, fresh voice, the author captures the flavor of a small town in Middle America and the hearts of its populace as she tells a powerful story about the resiliency - and flexibility -of family.