Chester the Brave
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Chester the Brave

Tanglewood Press / 2012 / Hardcover

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Chester Raccoon is afraid to do a speech in front of his whole class until his mother tells him a reassuring story that will help him get passed his fears. When Chester thinks that he cannot do something, he must tell himself that he can and then do it!

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Format: Hardcover
Vendor: Tanglewood Press
Publication Date: 2012
ISBN: 193371879X
ISBN-13: 9781933718798
Ages: 3-8
Series: Kissing Hand

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Publishers Weekly

In an addition to the Kissing Hand series, Penn delivers another cozy woodland story with a meandering lesson about the meaning of bravery. While Chester Raccoon’s mother tells him about a young robin that is too afraid to fly, Chester reveals his own fear: he’s afraid to recite lessons in front of the other animals at school. The story alternates between images of the frightened robin (who’s joined by his assuring father) and Chester and his mother. The message gets a little muddled (the robin learns that “Being brave was about flying when he was bothered to fly but found the courage to fly anyway because he knew he must”), but readers will comprehend the motto Chester’s mother tells him to use when he doubts himself: “Think—Tell—Do. If you think you can’t, tell yourself you can, and do it!” Ages 3–8. (Sept.) 2012 Reed Business Information

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