In this delightful fable, you choose to emphasize words printed in italics to reinforce an important lesson about control and self–appreciation. Can be read simply for entertainment. Sammy is a little elephant who kept spilling his buckets of water. When he befriends Mr. Camel, he learns tricks and tips to hold his water until the right time and uses his new-found skills to put out a fire.
"The beauty of this kind of storytelling is that it enables children to apply the many lessons interwoven throughout the story to other areas of their lives where issues of control and self-appreciation are important." 'Stay positive and supportive about your child's wetting problem. Remind him of other problems that felt daunting that together you found a way to master."