No Time For Zebras978-1-64370-011-3
The little boy in this story loves zebras so much that he can detect zebra stripes in almost anything, no matter where he happens to be. He can spot them in his mother’s eyeglasses, on the spoons in the kitchen drawer, and even, when the lighting is right, in a single blade of grass.
Mom knows about his zest for zebras, and thinking it is slowing him down and keeping him from a broader view of the world, she is forever proclaiming, “THERE’S NO TIME FOR ZEBRAS!” But is there time for zebras? And more importantly, should there be?