Wil, Fitz and a Flea Named "T"
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The first book in the series, this book emphasizes a simple moral: that achieving anything of value requires effort—it is never, ever free. Significant part of the text used to introduce the main characters (Wil and ”T”) and developing the character of ”T” as the “sage” of the series.
Told in rhyme and accompanied by engaging illustrations, Wil, Fitz and a Flea Named “T” is the first in a series of children’s books written by CJ Connolly and illustrated by Lisa Adams.
The Reach Out and Read National Center in Boston has placed Wil, Fitz and a Flea Named "T" on several lists of recommended books distributed to parents and medical providers saying: “it will be a valuable resource for parents and childcare providers, who wish to teach children about the value of trying even when mistakes are made.”
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