The Creature of Habit
On the Island of Habit lives a very large creature with big eyes, big teeth, and very big feet. Every day he goes through his day in exactly the same way: eating the same food at the very same time, greeting the same creatures and things in the same order, and brushing his teeth and going to bed at exactly the same time. One day, a small creature with very small teeth, small eyes, and tiny feet sails to the island. The big creature shows him how things work on the island and what time everything should be done. This is fine the first day, but the second day, the small creature does things in different ways. The large creature is distressed. How can they resolve their differences?
Jennifer E. Smith has written a fun and interesting story that will challenge youngsters to think about how they go through their own days and how they get along with others and work out differences. It’s a charming way to help youngsters examine their own lives and learn to get along with others. The cute illustrations by Leo Espinosa are creative and have a great sense of fun. Don’t miss it.
|Author||Jennifer E. Smith|
|Page Count||40 pages|
|Publisher||Random House Studio|
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