When Lizzy Was Afraid of Trying New Things

Illustrated by Jennifer Candon
Pages: 32, Color
Size: 8" x 8"
Age Range: 3-7
Item #: 441A170
ISBN: 978-1-59147-170-7
List Price: $14.95
Copyright: 2004
Format: Hardcover
Other Format: Softcover
Availability: In Stock
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Lizzy the Sheep is shy and afraid of failing or making mistakes, so she refuses to play and try new things. Her big brother Fuzzy devises a plan whereby she gets to add a new stone to a rock pile every time she tries something new. She starts out small, but eventually tries more and more things as she gets excited by the growing rock pile and realizes how much fun she is having in her play.
About the Author
Inger Maier, PhD, is a clinical psychologist in private practice in Acton, MA. She specializes in counseling children with anxiety. The inspiration for the Fuzzy books grew from her need to have simple interactive tools for children and their parents.
About the Illustrator
Jennifer Candon, EdM, lives in Massachusetts and works for a social policy think tank focused on PreK–12 education and reform. As an artist and illustrator, she created Fuzzy as a character with whom children can easily identify.
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