57. LE TRAIN
Paul is frustrated when his tower keeps getting knocked down. Suzanne is having trouble making her bed the way she likes it. Grandmother uses a train and four wagons to demonstrate the four steps to use in problem-solving.
58. COMME LE CHAMEAU
Suzanne is always in a rush. She gets dressed too fast, she plays too hard and she gulps down her food. Inspired by the camel that can ration its resources, Suzanne learns to slow down and make better use of her time and energy.
59. À QUI LA FAUTE?
Father is having a bad day. To make matters worse, someone keeps knocking at the door and disappearing. He scolds Paul and Suzanne who don’t understand why. When they discover that their mysterious visitor is a woodpecker, Father apologizes for blaming them unfairly!
60. OÙ ÊTES-VOUS?
Paul wakes up to find the house empty. He gets a scare even though his family is just outside. From then on, he’s afraid of being abandoned and sticks close to Suzanne, Father and Pipo. Little by little, he learns to relax and feel good in his own skin.
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