Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Little One by Jo Weaver

Mama Bear and her cub come out of the cave after winter is done and explore their world together.

Peach Tree Publishers and Net Galley allowed me to read this picture book for review (thank you).  It will be published March 1st.

The little one is full of wonder.  It's such a big world and there so many new things to smell and eat.  The illustrations are simple but very expressive.  Mama Bear takes good care of her cub and shows her the land and what's safe and what isn't.  

This is a short book with the tale of a year in the life of the cub.  It's mellow enough to be read at bedtime.  You can make the covers on the bed into a "cave" for your child.  When Mama Bear and cub go into the cave to hibernate for winter, you can cover up your child and give them a kiss goodnight.

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