Woolly and Me

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Woolly is the best friend anyone could ever have, and a little girl knows just how to treasure that friendship. Woolly and the little girl go everywhere together, and with his gigantic woolly mammoth size, that can be quite a feat. From car rides (thank goodness they have a convertible), to ballet class, where he even wears a tutu, these two are inseparable. Woolly isn’t scared of monsters or roller coasters, even though he likes to be hugged tight. From bandages on his boo-boos to hugs of reassurance, the little girl takes the best care of her Woolly. Even when others say he isn’t real, she knows he is.

A heartfelt story of a girl and her woolly mammoth, Woolly and Me highlights the endearing relationship between a little girl and her treasured stuffed animal. Tender and sweet and hitting all the right notes, the story depicts the simple joy of a child’s imagination while also highlighting their special bond. Quentin Greban has an incredible power to captivate his reading audience through a simple storyline and endearing illustrations. Soft muted tones make this book calming and comforting and an ideal read for bedtimes or quiet time.

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Author Quentin Gréban
Star Count 5/5
Format Hard
Page Count 32 pages
Publisher Tilbury House Publishers
Publish Date 2018-Jan-16
ISBN 9780884486367
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Issue April 2018
Category Children's


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