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When lightning strikes a tree, a wildfire starts on the savanna. Will the animals be able to snuff out the danger?
When lightning strikes on the savannah, Giraffe is hurt and Bee’s hive is put in danger. Baboon and Kudu run in panic, but Giraffe cries out for help. What should they do? If Kudu stays at a distance, he’ll be safe. Yet if he goes back, he might overcome his fear and realize he’s braver than he thinks. And if Kudu can overcome his fear, can Giraffe, Bee, and even the Baobab Tree have surprising revelations of their own?
Come along as animals and plants all work together to overcome a terrifying problem. When they stop to think about it, each creature has a big idea—an idea that unlocks the incredible potential hidden inside them.
Think Big is a whimsical ode to the potential in all of us. As the characters work together, think beyond their fear, and take risks to care for each other, the narrative brings out themes of gratitude, giving, and stretching beyond our limits. Written by Kat Kronenberg, illustrated by David Miles, and published by Greenleaf Book Group Press.