Tuck in the pool / story and pictures by Martha Weston.
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- ISBN: 0395654793 :
- Physical Description: 32 pages : color illustrations ; 22 cm
- Publisher: New York : Clarion Books, 
- Copyright: ©1995
SLJ Feb 1996
Tuck, a little pig taking swimming lessons, overcomes his fear of the water with the help of his lucky rubber spider.
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|Subject:||Swimming > Fiction.
Fear > Fiction.
Pigs > Fiction.
- Baker & Taylor
Tuck, a little pig taking swimming lessons, overcomes his fear of putting his head under the water when his lucky rubber spider falls into the pool, and he must swim underwater to the rescue.
- Baker & Taylor
Tuck, a little pig taking swimming lessons, overcomes his fear of the water with the help of his lucky rubber spider
Tuck, a little pig taking swimming lessons, is afraid to put his head underwater. The water might get in his ears and feel awful, or maybe even get in his eyes! Nothing his mother and his swim teacher say makes any difference. But when Snyder, Tuck's lucky rubber spider, falls into the pool, it's Tuck to the rescue-ears and all. A common childhood fear is handled with sensitivity and humor in an engaging tale that offers reassurance to young pre-swimmers.