Text by Olga Dergacheva, illustrated by Dasha Dimitrova
The third title in the Beast Therapy series focusing on the exploration of human feelings through animal stories. You’ll meet a walrus with a vulnerable personality, a boastful tiger, and a foul-mouthed boar. These stories are easy to relate to, and each reader will interpret them in their own way.
The little boar wants to play so much. He is looking for some buddies to join the games of his own invention. But all animals are busy and, sadly, the boar thinks of nothing better than calling them offensive names… But he will soon learn that the animals who refused to play with him didn’t have anything against the boar himself and that he should respect others’ time and plans. Business before pleasure! Other stories in the series involve a shy walrus in the North who lacks self-confidence and a little tiger in the jungles who likes bragging. All books end with non-fiction spreads about the featured animals.
KEY SELLING POINTS
This series lets readers look at different emotions, behaviors, and situations from the outside.
Good combination of fiction stories and non-fiction facts about animals.
Occasion to touch upon psychological problems that any child (and any adult) might face and to learn more about ourselves and other people around.
Important subjects to speak about such as healthy relationships with friends and mutual aid.
Fascinating illustrations by Dasha Dimitrova showing wild nature from the polar landscapes to the jungle.
RIGHTS SOLD Simplified Chinese
Picture book, Series Age: 3+ Pages: 40 Size: 210*280 mm