Maud the koala knows a visit to the doctor will help keep her healthy--so why is she so scared?
Maud gets nervous waiting at the doctor's office for a checkup, so she looks to the fish tank in the waiting room for comfort. Fish don't have to go to the doctor--she wishes she
could be a fish. So when Maud has to get a shot, she shuts her eyes and pretends exactly that: She becomes an aquatic version of herself and pretends to swim through the sea, blowing bubbles and meeting other marine life, until she hears the doctor telling her it's all done!
J. E. Morris's charming illustrations and comic-like panels make this a unique format with a narrative style perfect for storytime.
J. E. Morris is an author and illustrator of numerous books for children, including May I Please Have a Cookie?
and Please Write Back!
featuring Alfie the Alligator, as well as the Steve and Wessley Scholastic Reader series.
"Young readers will connect with Maud and will look forward to her next outing." —School Library Journal
"Maud is a sympathetic character in a simply told story. Well-structured and appealing..." —Booklist