The perfect gift for families with pets!
Pet lovers rejoice in this bustling bundle of fun. We’ve chosen three books that perfectly capture the joys of living with pets. Get the family together for a fun storytime activity, and make sure you grab the dog (or cat), too!
Books included in Bundle:
Piper and Purpa Forever!
Written by Susan Lendroth; illustrated by Olivia Feng
When Piper outgrows her favorite sweater, she must find a way to save it. A comforting picture book perfect for every kid who has a lovey or favorite piece of clothing.
Piper loves Purpa, her favorite purple sweater. She wears it everywhere—to the park, to birthday parties, and every occasion in between. But as Piper grows bigger and taller, Purpa does not, and soon Piper can’t fit into Purpa anymore . . . though maybe she can find another way to keep her beloved sweater in her life. This reassuring story reminds us that growing up doesn’t always mean leaving our favorites behind.
A Dog’s Guide to Being Human
Written by Shanna Silva (New York) and illustrated by Agnès Ernoult (France)
A hilarious and heartwarming picture book sharing a dog’s hard-earned wisdom about living a happy life.
My humans have brought home a tiny baby. It is up to me to teach her how to fit in!
Smudge has a new family member: a baby girl. And he has a LOT to teach her about fitting in with the humans. Like don’t drink from the toilet (the humans don’t like it). But DO share your snacks (especially with Smudge). And make as many friends as you can—yes, even the occasional cat. There’s so much to go through, but as Smudge knows, it’s every good dog’s job to welcome home their family.
From author Shanna Silva and illustrator Agnès Ernoult comes a hilarious and heartwarming picture book sharing a dog’s hard-earned wisdom about living a happy life. Hand this book to all animal lovers and growing families!
When I’m Not Looking
Written and Illustrated by Farren Phillips
An interactive detective story with fun fill-in-the-blanks and laugh-out-loud details.
Legs loves her pet duck. But Legs isn’t quite sure what her duck gets up to when she’s not looking. Her duck may want Legs to think that she is just sitting around a pond eating bread all day, but Legs knows better than that! She is certain that her duck is more likely dressing like a knight and fighting dragons, starting an army of ducks, building a rocket, and even trying on Leg’s best pants.
Young readers will love joining Legs on her quest to solve the mystery. Using their creativity, imagination, and detective skills, they can help Legs find the truth about what her duck does when she’s not looking.