THE HAT DIARIES
Freeda the Frog
The debut novel in THE HAT DIARIES series. By day, 13-year-old Ryan Rigbee is the shaggy-haired loner getting bullied, while still reeling from the loss of his dad. But by night, it’s another story. The imaginary “Adventures” he takes with his dog, Shadow, transform him from an awkward teen into someone who can handle anything.
Freeda and her family are about to go through a difficult time. Follow along and learn how Freeda, Fred, Frannie, and Frank cope with the subject of divorce and learn that they are not alone.
Freeda and her family get used to life after the divorce. This book helps kids to address their feelings when their parent re-marries, and also helps to foster acceptance of blended families, whether they be of mixed race, religion, or ethnicity.
Freeda and her new larger family need to move to a bigger lily pad. This froggy tale aims to help children worrying about moving away from their friends, family, and homes see that there's always a silver lining and also helps kids going through any major life change or transition to a new school.
Freeda and her family suffer the loss of their pet fish, Goldie. This book helps kids deal not only with the loss of a pet, but how to say goodbye to any beloved friend or family member.
Freeda and her family get to know their new neighbors, Jessica and her two mommas Morgan and Irene. The tadpoles discover that families do not have to all look the same, and that all you need is love.