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When Raccoon finds a comic book in the forest, the Forest Friends try to decide which super powers they each have.
When Raccoon finds a comic book in the forest, the Forest Friends try to decide which super powers they each have. For some, it’s easy: Owl can fly silently in the dark. And Otter can swim like a fish. Bunny is fast, with super speed—just like Fox. And, of course, Bear is big and strong. But for some Forest Friends, it’s not so easy to figure out. Raccoon, Bird, and Bee begin to worry they don’t have a super power at all.
But Mouse sees things a little differently. He might be able to help the other Forest Friends see their strengths in a different way too. Come along to find out what Mouse tells his friends—and why Mouse might have one of the best super powers of all.
Forest Friends: Mouse's Super Power is a story about individuality, acceptance, and valuing the differences in others. The story subtly shows how we can react to feeling unvalued—such as by expressing sadness and frustration. It also demonstrates how, with the right perspective, we all are powerfully unique. Written and illustrated by Chris Lensch, and published by the Experience Early Learning Company.