This is the fifth book in a series that teaches children more about man’s best friend – while also teaching them lessons they can apply in their own lives.
The loveable gang of dog pals – Bowie, Cleo, and Zaza – have fun after a rainy morning!
They’re enjoying themselves playing in puddles in the park when all of a sudden there is a loud noise. A roll of thunder scares Cleo half to death! Bowie is confused. She doesn’t understand why Cleo is so upset. Zaza starts asking her if she is afraid of this and that, and Bowie says that there is nothing scary about anything Zaza is scared of. Then something scares Bowie as well…
This book teaches children to be kind and considerate to others. It offers lessons about bragging without merit and how experience is an important aspect of opinion. The story also introduces them to the concept of fears and how everybody has them – that it is nothing to be ashamed of.
With wonderful, colorful illustrations and insights into friendship and love between dogs and humans, this book is surely going to become one of your child’s favorite bedtime stories.