It's past time for Oscar the osprey to fly from his nest. His parents, frustrated by their failed efforts to get him airborne, have left their Kiawah Island, SC home for their cooler summer retreat in the Adirondacks. Before leaving, however, they arrange for Dr. Crow, a "sky-chologist," to help Oscar overcome his fear of flying and gain the responsibility and independence of the full-feathered osprey he has become. Through a series of question-answer conversations, Dr. Crow gets Oscar to look at his situation in a different way: to look at the life of a free-flying osprey as a great advantage and not as one of limitations his fears have created for him. She succeeds in getting him to admit that the life of a flying osprey is a good one indeed. The questions, however, remain: Will Dr. Crow talk Oscar into making the necessary leap of faith? Or will she need to resort to more extreme methods to finally oust him from his lonely, fearful nest?Type your paragraph here.
Testimonials for The Anxious Osprey
Great-Book! This book fits my son to a tee. Anxious people are everywhere. This book can be used for all-ages. This"tough-love"book is fantastic. It fights anxiety and shows love. Bill it was great meeting you during "hang around Victor days" at the Kiwanis tent. Thanks for you being you. Herb Swingle, Former History Teacher at Greece Central School
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