Very Worried Walrus

Very Worried Walrus Worried Walrus worries a lot especially about riding a bicycle His imagination tries to take the best of him while he works to overcome his fears with the help of his friend Pig

  • Title: Very Worried Walrus
  • Author: Richard Hefter
  • ISBN: 9780030180910
  • Page: 195
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Worried Walrus worries a lot especially about riding a bicycle His imagination tries to take the best of him while he works to overcome his fears with the help of his friend, Pig.

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      Published :2019-05-09T14:03:14+00:00

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    582 thoughts on “Very Worried Walrus”

    1. This was a captivating tale about a Walrus that was so worried about everything that he couldn't enjoy his life. ****Spoiler alert**** He realizes in the end that things were not as bad as his imagination suggested they were.

    2. This is the only book in the series I ever read, and my wife hates the art, but i think it's brilliant. Walrus is more than worried, he's a paranoid hypochondriac! And then he's cured by a bicycle, which i obviously love.But what makes the book is this fantastic imagination of just how incredibly wrong a bike ride can go. Sometimes I play Worried Walrus with my daughter: "if you don't brush your teeth, your teeth will turn yellow and fall out, and you'll choke on a tooth and be rushed to the hos [...]

    3. These 'sweet pickles' books I remember as a child and I found this one and read it to my 3 year old grandbaby. Such great memories of the stories came back to me. The story itself was 'okay' the illustrations are such that a 'non reader' could make up their own story by looking at the pictures. Walrus was a bit 'over the top' with his worriedness but did think up a crazy adventure about riding his bike.

    4. Glad I found this one at Goodwill! Will use with students in talking about anxiety/worrying.Just upped this to 5 stars after using with students, grade 1, grade 5 Love the conversation that we can have after reading it (and while reading it.) Great life lesson that sometimes things happen, but it's not always worst case scenario, things will be ok, etc.

    5. My mom bought me what I recall a whole shelf full of the Pickels Series book as a child. They came in the mail and always made me happy to get a new one. They were short sweet and had nice colorful cartoon pictures and the characters were cute and plentyful.

    6. This is a nice book. I enjoyed it a lot and think that it is a good read for children especially those who might be having a hard day and seem to be worried about something. This is good for them and others students who might be having a bad day and can help them cheer up.

    7. We listened to the kid friendly ipad version of this book. The narrative was so funny. It kept my son entertained and engaged!

    8. This book can be used to to teach cause and effect very easily. It has some good illustrations as well. I chose this book because it has a silly story children may be able to relate too.

    9. Why aren't these books still in print?! Perhaps this book has colored my personality, but I feel you, Walrus. I know what Pig is saying, but it's not as easy as all of that.

    10. This was one of my top 10 books as a kidI loved Sweet Pickles. It isn't as fascinating today, but I sure see a lot of my anxiety in Walrus.

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