The Three Little Dinosaurs
This story relates in picture book style: Problem Solving and the Rewards of Success -After being left behind by their parents, three young sibling dinosaurs find they can gather food on their own. Nutritious blooms remaining high on trees in the forest just visited by their large and long-necked parents could be gathered using their imagination coupled with trial and error; finding the precious flowers would fall from the tree tops by shaking the tree trunks. Feasting on the fallen flowers was followed by a brief nap. Henceforth the three went on to new horizons knowing they could find food whenever hungry again.