From the author of The Thought That Counts comes a new collection of short stories for children. Each tale involves a situation in which children are likely to find themselves at some time, and helps to make clear the often blurred division between what is right and what is not, and shows how problems can be resolved. Dilemmas include the problems of loyalty and how to act when friendship is challenged, the powers of co-operation in the face of adversity, and learning to see the human behind a disability. These stories help children to establish positive outcomes to difficult situations, and can help carers understand some of the problems being faced by children today. Attractive line drawings enhance all the stories which are suitable for reading aloud as well as alone, whilst the vocabulary makes the book accessible to every reader of upper junior level.