Weasel Is Worried

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Different things make different people scared. In this book, a storm makes sure that Weasel is worried. Weasel doesn’t like getting so wet or getting cold from the wind. When the thunderstorm doesn’t stop, he starts building a wall from rocks to keep himself safe. Weasel gets the whole house built and feels safe at last. One day, Weasel is enjoying being safe and dry when he finds a mole sitting on his couch. Weasel gets worried when Mole is there; he remembers how scared he was of the storm before Mole arrived and doesn’t want to have to go back out into the thunderstorm. Mole helps Weasel to calm down; they become friends.
I like this story because it has a happy ending and teaches us a good lesson in the end. Thunderstorms can make me scared sometimes, too, especially when there is heavy rain and hail. Weasel does the right thing when he builds himself a house at the beginning, and he does it right at the end when he trusts Mole. I think kids of all ages will like this story because the story is fun to read, and the pictures are colorful. I have my mom read this to me many times throughout the days!

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Author Ciara Gavin, with illustrations by Tim Warnes
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Tiger Tales
Publish Date 2020-06-30
ISBN 9781680101935
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Issue July 2020
Category Children's


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