Problem-Solving For Kids

Nature's Way:

In “Raccoons Save the Day”,  problem-solving raccoons rescue a neighbor from a life-threatening predicament. Exposure to a stink during the rescue is a potential risk.

This book about raccoons helps everyone rethink relationships in nature. Animals of different species work in the face of adversity to serve joint or individual causes.

Little Ray's world gives insights from animals' point of view. Kids learn that animals are individuals in our world; making choices, taking risks and doing their best to survive.

Problem-solving raccoons see a disturbance.

Problem-solving stories teach kids to ask before reacting:

Who is affected by the problem?
What is the problem?
Where is the problem taking place?
When is the deadline to fix the problem?
Why fix it?

How can the problem be safely fixed?

Animals Cultivate Wonder and Promote Scientific Literacy:

Humanity needs nature. V. R. Duin books and articles throughout this website help children find life-improving inspiration from the natural world.

Nature Needs Humanity. Problem-solving stories expose vulnerabilities of the ecosystem that can be addressed by informed kids and adults.

“Raccoons Save the Day” should inspire everyone to cleanup every day, not just on Earth Day. Human litter and waste can harm or kill wildlife.

Find this new hardcover title in the bookstore. It is a raccoon book for kids that uniquely serves to improve our world for people as well as for animals.

Problem-solving raccoons spot a new problem.