While mother otter is going about her daily routine of caring for him, Little Otter wants to show his mother all of the "big otter" things he can do.
A cute story that offers long-term value as kids begin exploring feelings and a desire for independence.
She enjoyed reading this book and identified with the baby.
It was a good book to show that other babies have other mommies (up to now, I was everyone’s mommy).
The story is fun and offers kids a way to see in themselves the desire to show their independent side.
Toddlers, in particular, will see themselves in Little Otter. They want people to understand they're "big" too.
7 to 9
0 to 4
Started reading with a child 18 months old.