In this story, readers witness itchy grubs form a line and go marching from the yard to the footpath. They run into obstacles along the way, but they still manage to have a great day. Told in an engaging manner with colorful illustrations, this book provides not just entertainment but information that will save readers from the extreme itchiness that touching or just making contact to a grub can do.
The book includes a song to remind children not to touch itchy grubs. Also, included are instructions on how to play the old game called 'Follow the leader."
It has been hot and dry for a very long time when a little girl decides to embark on a journey to find out when it is going to rain. As the girl asks the important question to her grandparents, mother, pet dog, and the ants living under the dead leaves in her yard, she receives many different answers and unusual ways to tell if it will rain. But as the clouds ultimately darken and fill the eastern sky, the girl finally has the chance to determine which one—or all—of the strange answers will become a reality. In this enchanting children’s tale, a girl asks everyone around her when it is going to rain and learns interesting predictors of a change in weather.
As Fred, Tony, and Flo begin the race, each one uses tricks to try to get across first and snatch the innocent grasshopper. But as the sibling frogs hop from lily pad to lily pad, they soon find themselves in an unexpected situation that none of them could have predicted.
When the red light overhears she is pretty, she boasts. The green light says she and the yellow light are just as important. An all day fight breaks out. This causes the lights to break down. Does the yellow light save the day? The book also includes rhymes for young children to learn the importance of the different coloured lights.