Picture Book Preview

Picture Book Preview – June

We’re a big book loving family and Erin has got a fantastic library of her own already. Every now and again we’re going to show you some of the books we have been reading lately.

 

Today I’m showing three different books which have dogs as a main subject. Erin has a big thing about saying ‘woof’ at the moment and Paw Patrol is her favourite cartoon. She gets so excited reading these books and constantly says ‘woof’ while we’re reading them. If your little one is a fan of dogs, or just animals, these are great picks!

Kiki and Bobo’s Sunny Day by Yasmeen Ismail

Join bouncy Kiki and shy Bobo for a day at the seaside in this charming lift-the-flap story, perfect for very young children. Kiki can’t wait to get to the beach and swim in the sea. But why isn’t Bobo as excited for their sunny day out?

Poor Louie by Tony Fucile

Louie’s life is great! A walk every morning, ice cream on Sundays, snuggling in bed at night with Mum and Dad. Even meeting up with Mum’s friends – despite their little crawling creatures who pull Louie’s ears – aren’t all that bad. But then things get weird – cold food on the floor, no room in the bed, and lots of new stuff coming into the house in pairs: two small beds, two little jumpers, a two-seated buggy. Does that bode double trouble ahead, or could there be a happier surprise in store for Louie?

Raymond by Yann & Gwendal Le Bec

What if dogs could walk and talk and go to work? Well, Raymond the dog has big ambitions beyond his ordinary, canine life in the big city. He wants to take himself for a walk and get his own dinner. And when he’s done all that? Well, he wants a job, just like his owners. But when Raymond begins a high-flying journalism career at Dogue magazine, he soon realises it’s no walk in the park.

Disclaimer: We received products for the purpose of this review. All opinions are our own. This post also contains affilliate links.

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