When Fuzzy Was Afraid of Losing His Mother


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Published USA, 2005
Fuzzy the sheep won`t let his mother out of his sight. He follows her everywhere. His mother thinks of ways of making Fuzzy feel safe while she is away. She makes a long dandelion chain to keep them tied together - until two hungry lambs eat some of the flowers. She paints a big red circle on her back so that her son can see her from far away - until some of the other sheep think the red circle is such fun that they paint circles on each other. Her best idea is to get Fuzzy to imagine happy pictures in his head and to chase away the pictures that make him feel sad and scared. Includes Notes to Parents.

The author and the illustrator are a mother-daughter team who have also written and illustrated When Lizzy Was Afarid of Trying New Things.
Ages 3-7 years
Paperback. 32 pages