Butternut and the Flying Butter
A fun and vibrant story to help children face their fears and anxieties, with characters that will spark creativity in readers of all ages
When the Spring Plant Show arrives, Butternut wishes to go out of the supermarket to watch it. But he is afraid of the supermarket’s large sliding doors. How can Butternut manage his fears?
Join Butternut in this warm, comforting story about friendship, overcoming fear, and helping others.
- Part of a growing series of Butternut books that encourages readers to use their imagination and explore word play
- A fun and humorous story about friendship, being brave, facing our fears and helping others
- An excellent teaching tool to spark discussion about fears; reassures children that they are not alone in their worries and anxieties
- Introduces readers to the butterfly life cycle with an activity about butterfly gardening
Jill Dana is an author, illustrator, award-winning filmmaker, and certified elementary educator. She has Master’s degrees in Television and Film Production and Elementary Education plus TESOL. She is the author of the Butternut series, about a little butternut squash and his supermarket world, with themes of identity, friendship,#WhereFoodComesFrom and more. Jill is active in the children’s literature community. Visit Jill on social media @JillDanaBooks to learn about foods on #FunFoodFactsFriday and visit her website www.JillDanaBooks.com .