Straw the scarecrow was set up in Grandma Drew’s pumpkin patch to scare the crows away—and it works. But poor Straw is lonely! He doesn’t want the crows to be afraid of him.
So, he tries his best to make friends with them—and the results are surprising. Now Straw isn’t lonely, but Grandma Drew has too many crows in her pumpkin patch! Can they find a solution that will make both of them happy?
Teaches children about life having situational problems, cooperation in solving problems and implementing a solution that works for everyone once ideas are shared peacefully.
This is the first in a series of 35 books in children’s book category ages 3-5. Keep checking back for the remaining stories in this rewarding learn and grow series.