From Susanna Hill:
Well, dearies, here we are again, about to wade into summer!
And you know what that means.
It means Perfect Picture Books will go on hiatus until September.
I know. It’s sad. But luckily we have a big list of books to tide us over (if I ever finish updating it, it will be REALLY big!) And a little break is good for us. It means we’ll come back refreshed and filled with renewed enthusiasm :)
For the last PPBF before summer hiatus, I have a fantastically fun book to share! You will probably all want to rush out and read it immediately :)
Title: What About Moose?
Written By: Corey Rosen Schwartz and Rebecca J. Gomez
Illustrated By: Keika Yamaguchi
Atheneum Books For Young Readers, June 2015, Fiction
Suitable For Ages: 4-8
Themes/Topics: teamwork, behavior (bossiness), language fun (rhyme), forgiveness
Opening: “Fox met her friends with her toolbox in hand.
‘Time to start building! Now here’s what I’ve planned.’
She divvied up jobs and then Moose trotted in.
‘I’m HERE!’ he announced. ‘Let construction begin!'”
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