Review: The Pink Refrigerator
In The Pink Refrigerator by Tim Egan, Dodsworth the mouse is content with his boring life, then starts finding invitations to explore. He discovers new interests, then sets out on his own to find more.
Pros: It models great boundaries – there is no pressure to do any of the stuff, and he sticks up for his own desires. There is no problem with his current/previous life, either. No shaming. It’s a great invitation to explore and try new things.
Overall: When the book was done, it left me with an immense feeling of calm and well being.