The leaves fall, the wind blows, and one little pumpkin seed tries and tries to be scary. But he doesn't scare anyone . . . not the snowflakes in winter, not the bees in spring, not even the watering can!
This is a book of fifteen original poems about cutting. These poems may be disturbing to some readers but cutting is a silent epidemic. It is estimated that more than one million people in the United States cut their self or self abuse their self each day. Most are teens and some are adults. Almost all are silent about it. If a problem is not…
The wind tells him to be patient—he'll be scary soon enough. But waiting is hard. Will the little seed ever be really, truly scary?
This simple story is more than a fun Halloween read—it is a heartwarming tale perfect for any child who can't wait to grow up.