In this fourth edition of the award - winning series, The Adventures of Zealy and Whubba, our two fun-loving characters, our zealous little girl seal pup, Zealy and our adorable, protective Whubba, our blue-eyed little, baby boy orca are enjoying a little bit too much of a good thing. Their escapade takes them out into the much deeper waters beyond the Big Rock Island, where they explore and find so many, different sorts of fish. Zealy, so anxious, asks Whubba, "Can we have lunch here and try all the new foods here?". Whubba agrees and they begin their hunt for lunch, catching and eating, until they were much too full. Do you know what happens after eating all those different sorts of fish much too much? Well, you will need to see what happens and see if you know the feeling that Zealy and Whubba get from 'too much junk in your trunk'! This episode is much more engaging of the children, by questioning them throughout the story, so that children may feel they have been and are truly participating in the experiences of the characters. It also teaches children to enjoy the adventure of eating new and different varieties of foods, which is usually a challenge for parents everywhere. Of course, the characters rely in the end on Mommy to fix their "boo-boo" as always! Sharing is caring - respecting oneself, others and the environment are all the lessons to be learned here! Enjoy and light up your children's faces with beaming smiles from the escapades of Zealy and Whubba!
About the Author, Roe De Pinto
Roe De Pinto, has received TWELVE awards for this series and hopes to continue the accolades with the new release of this adorable little episode. She continues to embark on her journey and dream of bringing back the morals, that she was taught many years ago - respecting yourself, one another and the entire world around you. Giving, sharing and caring is her lifelong campaign starting with the birth of a newborn all through their developmental years. Giving to someone else before yourself and always protecting one another are the simple life lessons, she feels, can restore peace and non-violence to a very jaded world. "What is indeed an epic storyline for tiny tots to read or have read to them, the masterful combination of words and drawings provide a subliminal world of comfort, peace, generosity, and love." -Beth Adams, Pacific Book Review
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