Storytime Saturday: The Dog Book & The Cat Book

Storytime Saturday a weekly blog feature showcasing any new books we’ve been reading with Erin, reviewing picture books and talking about our monthly library haul! Basically, Storytime Saturday is all about books! This week we’re talking showcasing The Cat Book and The Dog Book by Silvia Borando and Lorenzo Clerici. They were both released by Walker Books on 2nd March 2017.

I really love books about animals and these two are super cute. I think these are both fantastic books for anyone thinking about getting a pet. They’re fun ways of showing children what having  a pet may be like and what needs to happen to look after them properly.

If you have always wanted a pet, but your parents have never let you … this is the book for you. Because, inside the pages of this book, your new dog awaits. Isn’t he cute? Just look at him wag his tail! As a pet-owner, it’s your job to wake him up (call out his name), rub his belly (with your finger) and clean him up when he gets muddy (your t-shirt makes a great towel!). It’s hard work – phew! – but it’s so much fun. From minibombo, the creators of The White Book and Black Cat, White Cat comes a playful picture book that cleverly encourages you to interact with the physicality of the page itself, and a book that will, with your imagination, bring a tail-wagging, ear-scratching dog to life. Woof!

If you have always wanted a pet, but your parents have never let you . this is the book for you. Because, inside the pages of this book, your new cat awaits. Isn’t he sweet? Just look at him twitch his tiny nose! As a pet-owner, it’s your job to wake him up (call out his name), softly stroke his back (with your finger) and shelter him from the rain (your hand makes a great umbrella!). It’s quite hard work – phew! – but it’s so much fun. From minibombo, the creators of The White Book and Black Cat, White Cat comes a playful picture book that cleverly encourages you to interact with the physicality of the page itself, and a book that will, with the help of your imagination, bring a purr-y, fluffy cat to life. Miaow!

What do you think of these two books? Are they something you’d get for your own children?

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