Little Coop

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Little Coop

By: Holly Valentine Sherman


About the Book

Growing up is hard to do. Children are afraid of the unknown – and everything is unknown to them. Trying new things, meeting new people, experiencing new environments, are all scary things to them.

Little Coop is no different. A lot is expected of him and he doesn’t know how to cope with the pressure. Being an airplane comes with many responsibilities, and many challenges. How Little Coop learns to overcome his fears and meet the challenges will help teach children of all ages that being afraid is natural - but overcoming that fear is all part of the process of growing up.


About the Author

Holly Valentine Sherman is an ex-flight attendant with TWA. Since retiring, Holly enjoys skiing, hiking, kayaking, tennis, and dance. Also in her free time, Holly teaches Scottish dancing.


(2021, Paperback, 36 Pages)


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  • 5
    What a fabulous book!

    Posted by Melissa Levis on Feb 17th 2021

    The best word to describe this book is ‘uplifting’, not only because Little Coop learns to be independent and soar in the sky but because the greater messsge encourages all children not to let perfectionism and the pressure to be ‘the best’ to get in their way. As a parent and working mom, I can totally relate! I have let that stop me from trying new things too, and I certainly don’t want that self imposed pressure to be passed down to my son. So, I think I enjoyed this book as much as my son! I hope there’s a follow up. I was really happy to take a chance and discover this charming story.

  • 5
    Even though this is a children's book it contained some very important lessons for "little ones." Not only that, but it was well written and you could tell the author had some first-hand knowledge of had done some research.

    Posted by on Feb 10th 2021

    Well done -- needed subject matter and attention grabbing.