"Saffy is a young giraffe who yearns to reach the leaves "high up" in the tree. Mommy offers her a leaf to munch, but Saffy refuses saying "I want to get my own." With a look of determination on her face, Saffy stretches "up, up, up." Despite her best efforts, the foliage remains beyond her reach. Mommy returns with a tasty snack before bedtime, but Saffy is resolved to pick her own. After gazing up at the full moon she is inspired to find a creative solution to her problem. By using a rock as a ladder, Saffy is able to enjoy the fruits of her labour. She goes to sleep with dreams of "growing tall. Tall enough to reach the stars.""--
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