Saturday, December 14, 2019

Penguin & Moose by Hannah C. Hall & illustrated by Anna Chernyshova from WorthyKids Publishing

My thoughts:  Charming.Sweet. Cute. Two friends are out at play. Penguin knows he is a bird and birds fly. Right? But.... Penguin can't fly. So he asks Moose, his playmate, to help him. Penguin devises several "tools" to help him with his goal to fly. Each time, failing.

Playtime. Naptime. Snacks. And a sweet lesson in friendship are beautifully brought out in this cute book.

Worthy Kids Publishing is a Christian publishing house so the lesson "A friend loves at all times" is straight from the Bible. A perfect little book for libraries (especially church and Christian or Parochial schools) and homes with little ones developing friendships.

About the book: Penguin has a problem--he doesn't know how to fly. He and his friend, Moose, try everything they can think of to get him airborne: balloons, treetop starts, cocooning like a caterpillar. But no matter how hard they try, Penguin remains firmly on the ground. At the end of the day, a tired and disappointed Penguin realizes that he has something better than the ability to fly--a friend that supports and loves him no matter what. Written by best-selling author Hannah C. Hall, this series debut celebrates the power of friendship. Children are sure to fall in love with the adorable Penguin and Moose.

DISCLOSURE: I received a complimentary copy to facilitate a review. Opinions are mine, alone and are freely given.

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