1. Elephant Learns To Share
2. Hippo Owns Up
3. Monkey Needs To Listen
4. Tiger Has A Tantrum
5. Giraffe Is Left Out
6. Lion's In A Flap
7. Rhino Learns To Be Polite
8. Turtle Comes Out Of Her Shell
9. Croc Needs To Wait
10. Cheetah Learns To Play Nicely
11. Llama Stops Teasing
12. Sloth Gets Busy
13. Flamingo Is Brave
14. Koala Makes The Right Choice
Elephant Learns To Share
Elephant doesn't like to share, but he learns it's not always fun to play by himself. This fictional story teaches young readers the value of sharing in a relatable and engaging way. The story of Elephant and his struggles with sharing is told through accessible text and vibrant illustrations. Questions are provided to facilitate further discussion about the story and its character-building themes. It's not always easy to share, but readers will discover why it's important and fun as they follow along with Elephant.
Hippo Owns Up
It's a sign of strong character to own up to what you've done. Telling the truth isn't always easy, but it's the right thing to do. In this entertaining fictional story, Hippo discovers the importance of being truthful, teaching young readers a lesson in values and virtues.
Monkey Needs To Listen
Monkey is so excited about a go-kart race that he doesn't listen to any of the instructions. He doesn't stop to check his kart and he nearly ruins the race for all the animals. Can Monkey learn to listen and pay attention or will the race be abandoned for good?
Tiger Has A Tantrum
Tiger is in a terrible mood. He has been angry with everyone all day. Then Monkey accidentally chooses the book that Tiger wanted and Tiger has a full blown tantrum in the library. How can Miss Bird help Tiger to manage his anger, and how can he make up with his friends?
Giraffe Is Left Out
When Leopard arrives at Jungle School, Giraffe doesn't want to include him and tries to exclude him from joining in. So when Leopard has a birthday party he doesn't invite Giraffe, even though he has invited all his friends. Slowly Giraffe begins to understand how Leopard must have felt when he started school. Can the two of them learn to become friends after all?
Lion's In A Flap
Lion is off on a school trip to Jungle Land - the most exciting theme park EVER! He should be thrilled, but he cannot stop worrying and it's ruining the trip for him. Can Miss Bird and his friends help him to relax and have fun?
Rhino Learns To Be Polite
Rhino does not have very nice manners, especially at the dinner table. But soon no one wants to sit near him at lunch time and he even misses out on tea at his friend's house. It is time for Rhino to bring out his very best manners!
Turtle Comes Out Of Her Shell
Turtle has a beautiful singing voice, but she feels far to shy to enter the talent show at school. By talking to her friends about it, she develops a way to overcome her shyness in a way that works for her.
Croc Needs To Wait
Croc can never wait for anything - he's alway interrupting, rushes everything and he can never wait to take his turn. Can he learn to slow down and be a little more patient?
Cheetah Learns To Play Nicely
Cheetah always wants to win - no matter what it takes. But when his friends no longer want to play with him, he decides to look at his behaviour and start playing more nicely.
Llama Stops Teasing
Llama thinks it is funny to tease others. He whispers about them and makes fun of them. But when his friends say they don't want to play with him any more, Llama is upset. Can he start treating others more kindly?
Sloth Gets Busy
Sloth is very lazy. He just can't be bothered to clean up after himself or help out at home. At school, he is too lazy to take care with his work or join in with games. Can Sloth learn that helping others and being busy can be fun?
Flamingo Is Brave
Flamingo finds everything frightening and it stops him from joiining in sometimes. With a little help from his friends, he finds a way to be braver and face his fears.
Koala Makes The Right Choice
This funny, charming story is the perfect way to introduce young children to choices, and helps them find ways to make decisions and understand consequences. Also included are suggestions for activities and ideas to talk through together to help children understand their behaviour.