Poor Suki the dog is worried about how overwhelming the world is. With the help of his toy monkey and Eleanor he finds that facing your fears can be wonderful and confidence building. Beautiful watercolors bring this story to life.
Come on, Sukie, you can do it A little dog's paralyzing anxiety gives way to bravery when someone smaller is in need in this humorous, tenderly sympathetic story. Lots of things at the beach scare Sukie. Lots. Because she is just a small dog, and the stairs are big and sandy, and the waves are big and whooshy, and the balls are big and beachy. And besides, there might be lobsters. With endearing illustrations and a perfectly paced text that captures a timid pup's looping thoughts, here is a funny and honest read-aloud about how overwhelming the world can be when you're worried -- and how empowering it is to overcome your fears when it matters the most.
About the Author
Carolyn Crimi has written several books for children, including Where's My Mummy?, Henry and the Buccaneer Bunnies, and Henry and the Crazed Chicken Pirates. She lives in Illinois with her husband and her very silly-looking, not terribly brave pug, Emerson. Laurel Molk has written and illustrated several books for children, including Eeny, Meeny, Miney, Mo, and FLO! and When You Were Just a Heartbeat. She lives near Boston.