Tibby Tried It

Illustrated by Cary Pillo
Pages: 48, Color
Size: 8" x 10"
Age Range: 3-8
Item #: 4415588
ISBN: 978-1-55798-558-3
List Price: $14.95
Copyright: 1998
Format: Hardcover
Availability: In Stock
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Overview

Tibby is a young bird with a crooked wing who will never be able to fly. Some of the other birds make fun of Tibby, but undaunted he travels cheerfully around the forest, making friends with Rupert Rabbit, Sarafina Squirrel, and others who make their home there. They teach him how to climb, slither, hop, and more—and Tibby tries it all! In the end, Tibby uses his newfound ability to save the day and become a hero.

This inspiring story will show children that physical disabilities don't have to slow anyone down, and that trying is what matters most.

About the Authors
Sharon and Ernie Useman live in Hammond, Louisiana. As a music therapist, Sharon's work with developmentally handicapped children inspired the theme for Tibby Tried It. The rest was provided through their grandchildren.
About the Illustrator
Cary Pillo grew up on a farm near the Cascade Mountains in Washington State. Surrounded by animals and birds, she began drawing them at an early age. Today she lives in Seattle with her husband and son, and like Tibby, she has a reputation for rescuing baby birds.