A very quick read. Ethnically diverse illustrations. Depicts various situations in which courage is needed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by p31Mom
I read this to my Daisy troop for them to earn a petal badge. They liked it, and really liked how it showed how a dog could be courageous too.
My favorite line is, "Courage is taking a bite of the vegetables before saying 'Ewww.'"
Great to help children learn when to step out of their comfort zone... Read more
Gave this to freshman college daughter. She really loves it. I added special circumstances where she herself showed great courage.Published 8 months ago by Em
The illustrations were wonderful and the text was perfect for young readers. A great asset to my classroom library. Great price too!Published 10 months ago by Melissa S.
The illustrations are scribbly and child like. I know, that's what the author was going for, but they look like children's drawings. Read morePublished 10 months ago by JaneBlonde
this simply stated book has great impact . . . it has a powerful message that you can be strong in so many ways and also instill that power in othersPublished 11 months ago by kristin
My granddaughter is starting third grade in a new school this year. I bought this book to encourage and inspire her to be courageous as she faces this new challenge. Read morePublished 13 months ago by P. Brook
I used it as a graduation gift for the high school seniors in my church. I think the message of courage of which the book whimsically and profoundly illustrates ties directly into... Read morePublished 15 months ago by William Osman