Deep in the swamps of Savannah, Georgia lives Willen. He is a firefly whose light doesn’t work. All of his other friends have working lights, and they can go out after dark. He has no confidence and feels like something is wrong with him. Why can’t he be like everyone else? When a friend gets lost in the dark, can he find her along with his confidence?
A fun to read illustrated book with commonly used idioms. Ever wonder what it means when someone’s ears are burning, or when they say that they’re bent out of shape? Common idioms are adapted in a tale where the main character, Sarah tells her skeptical friends how she made an “A” on her anatomy test. It’s a story of how a child can confidently stand up to naysayers and potential bullies in an appropriate way. Parents will also learn the meanings of phrases they may use every day