Here is the short story 'Timmy Tuna'

A story about Teamwork

  • Timmy Tuna

    Teamwork for kids
    In this story about Teamwork, your child is a mighty tuna fish called Timmy. You are the fastest fish in the sea and you fear nothing as you speed through the ocean. Only when you are caught in an abandoned net do you realise that even the most powerful of us can achieve more when we work together in a team... (please give it a few seconds to load)

    . Or, you can click here to download the story as a pdf

    We hope you love reading our book with your kids. Teamwork is an important tool for kids to learn early in their lives - you can call it working with others if you prefer, but most kids quickly understand what teamwork can do for them.

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  • Bonus STORY: 'Pip and the Big Apple'¬†Learning and Self development:
  • As a tiny sapling lost on the forest floor you long to be big and strong and popular like Big Apple. You think that if you can just make apples then everyone will notice you. But you discover that there is more learning and growing to do first. With the help of Big Apple, you learn how to grow your roots deep into the ground to resist the storms, how to turn your leaves to the sun and make blossom grow, and how to make your branches strong enough to carry a ton of apples! Soon you are the most popular tree in the forest and everyone wants to know you...

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David Machin


About the author

David has founded 2 companies in the creative communications industry and for some years has studied the work of leading life and business coaches such as Stephen Covey, Robin Sharma and Jim Rohn. David has written 3 more books in the Star Dragon series and is currently developing an interactive game based on the books.

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