Sam Is Never Scared by Thierry Robberecht

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Sam is an adorable new character whom preschoolers are sure to identify with. In this debut story, Sam thinks of himself as the bravest kid at school and calls his friends Max a scaredy-cat. But when Sam is scared by a spider, it's Max who saves the day. Now Sam does have something to be afraid of--what if Max tells everyone that it's really Sam who's the scaredy-cat?

Expressive, soft-edged illustrations capture the reassuring theme that everyone is afraid of something--it's how you face your fear that makes you brave.
 

About Thierry Robberecht

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Thierry Robberecht and Philippe Goossens have created 15 books together, including three other books about Sam, and their work has been published in 13 countries. They both live in Brussels. No Bio
 
Published September 18, 2006 by Clarion Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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Sam the wolf is back for his third outing, this time learning lessons about friendship and peer pressure.

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Sam’s second outing after Sam is Never Scared (2006) addresses kids’ proclivity for telling stories.

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Sam isn't afraid of anything, except letting his friends know that he's sometimes scared.

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For Sam, acting like things don't bother him is key to maintaining his image among his classmates.

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