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When my kids were little I loved to read to them, our secial time was at night when I would get them tucked into bed. Those days are long gone, but now I have my nephew and we love to get him all kinds of books. My neice loves to read to him, and we are always looking for just the cutest books for him.
ELLA AND PENGUIN STICK TOGETHER
Sometimes all you need is a good friend to help you be brave.
Ella has a surprise for Penguin—glow-in-the-dark stickers! But to see the stickers glow, Ella and Penguin must be in the dark. And the dark is so . . . dark! If only they could see the stickers glow in the light—but that won’t work. Soon Ella and Penguin find out that if they stick together, they can face anything.
Megan Maynor’s sweet and lively text, paired with Rosalinde Bonnet’s irresistible illustrations, will have readers clamoring for more Ella and Penguin.
We love this book, it shows how friends if they stick together, can face anything. When sometimes all you need is a really good friend, that can help you be the bravest you have ever been. This is a great combination of two people who bring together, their text with pictures. Liam gets all excited when its time for his mom to read him a book, hes getting so big and understands more.
Megan Maynor used to have a huge sticker collection. Huge! Her favorites were scratch ‘n’ sniff pizza and scratch ‘n’ sniff pickle—until she discovered glow-in-the-dark stars. She lives in her beloved home state of Minnesota with her husband and three children, where she is a solid blue-square skier, warm-weather-only camper, and, of course, big-time reader. This is her first picture book.
Rosalinde Bonnet loved to draw when she was little. She would often get into trouble in school because she doodled all over her notebooks during class. After high school she studied at the École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. Since her graduation in 2004, she has written and/or illustrated numerous children’s books, mainly published in France and England. She lives in Versailles, France.