We love receiving our monthly books from Harper Collins Publisher, being able to sit and read to my nephews is the best feeling as well as Devon. This month they surprised us with winter and animal lover books. They are just so perfect for a cold night in front of the fire.
Milly loves her dog Hugo. And she LOVES dressing up Hugo in bows.
Hugo loves Milly, but Hugo does NOT like wearing bows. Not frilly ones or sparkly ones or bows with jewels.
Finally, Hugo can’t take it anymore and he runs away! But life is lonely without Milly. He starts to think that maybe bows aren’t so dreadful after all—and maybe life is better with a friend by your side.
Readers will laugh out loud in debut author-illustrator Samantha Cotterill’s delightful picture book about a dog and his girl.
Perfect for fans of Goodnight, Already! and You Will Be My Friend, this is a classic and quirky story of finding friendship where you least expect it, from the author/illustrator of The Blobfish Book and Shark Detective.
Karl and Hazel are polar bears. They are not friends.
Until . . . CRAAACCKKK!
Of all the polar bears, Karl is stuck with one who doesn’t like to talk.
Of all the polar bears, Hazel is stuck with the one who talks too much.
And now they’re drifting out to sea together. . . .
Also includes fun facts and resources about polar bears and the Arctic.
Ella and Penguin are best friends. So it only makes sense that they like all the same things. But Ella loves tutus. Penguin does not. Ella loves finger painting. Penguin does not. Oh no! They don’t match! They must not be friends after all. Then again, maybe Ella and Penguin don’t need to like all the same things to love being friends.
An irresistible follow-up to Ella and Penguin Stick Together!
Great books for children and adults for reading a good night story, My nephews have a big collection and these will add to them.
What is one of your child’s favorite books?