Wade's wiggly antlers
"One winter morning while playing with his animal friends, a young moose named Wade notices his antlers are wiggly, and he runs home to tell his mother. "Remember when we talked about your antlers falling off?" she says. "Don't worry. New ones will grow in the summer." But Wade is worried. He used his antlers for so many fun things, such as paddles for Ping-Pong, perches for giving friends rides and hooks for flying kites. He didn't want to lose them! Could Wade find a way to stop his antlers from falling off? Or, if he just lets them go, would he find new ways to play? Louise Bradford has crafted a playful allegory for children about losing a first tooth."--
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Children's Picture Books