FAY FAIRY’S VERY BIG PROBLEM is a modern retelling of an ancient Indian fable: “The Four Blind Men and the Elephant.” The moral of the story is that it’s important to look at the whole picture, a lesson that many children might find useful when it comes to problem solving. Like another famous fable, “The Emperor's New Clothes,” it’s the child who can see what the adults in the story can’t, which should make children laugh and feel clever at the same time. This video shows the picture-book dummy in its entirety---including the text---as well as the three color sample illustrations without text. Enjoy!