by Irish Beth Maddock
Illustrated by Lucent Ouano
Beth and Paul don't like carp fish. They are actually a little scared of them. That's why they don't go near the weeping willow anymore.
But one day the carp fish need help. They are trapped and the water level is getting lower and lower. What a challenge for Beth and Paul!
Despite their fear these generous kids, with Dad and neighbors of the area will work together digging a canal to allow the carp fish to escape. How happy everyone was when they finally succeed and the carp fish swam free!
Beautiful message about taking care of all the creatures, even those that aren't "cute". This story is all about sense of responsibility, team work, and concern about the nature.
Age range: 4 to 8 years old.
I received this copy from the author through Bostick Communications in exchange for an honest review.