Ever since she fell into the sticky sand, Whimple can’t stop worrying. Hopefully, you all can help Mrs. M and the rest of our friends in Faraway Woods help Whimple from developing a Worry Wart on her back.
The king keeps ordering more and more shoes. Poor Emilia can’t keep up. Thank goodness our child listeners are willing to become the elves who sew away and save the day.
Mrs. M. can’t stop hiccuping. Are the friends willing to go deep into the scariest part of Faraway Woods to find a cure? Are the children brave enough to go along?
Pladdah is happy. He found a baby. But what about the mommy who lost her baby? Will she ever be happy?
These Anansi inspired activities stretch young minds, bodies and imaginations!
There’s one thing missing from this famous West African Folk Tale– the chance for children to join in the fun. But never fear, CLIMB’s version of this classic tale supplies the missing piece.
Little, tiny Faro, the supersonic fly, is caught in a rainstorm without his helmet. Faro’s dizzy stumbling is funny, but do you laugh or not laugh?
Mrs M has always been prim and proper, until now that is. Somehow, someway, Mrs M has forgotten her manners!
The Whirly Wind drops Running Boy right smack dab in the center of Faraway Woods and that’s when the trouble begins. Running Boy doesn’t know how to play nicely!
When Pladdah’s favorite stuffed animal, Bun-Bun, goes missing, the Faraway Woods friends are on the case–and they learn something important about empathy along the way. FOLLOW-UP ACTIVITIES
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