Three Great Picture Books!

If You’re Hoppy  by April Pulley Sayre

This exuberant book expounds on the traditional song with innovative verses that will bring a smile to everyone’s face! If you’re hoppy, you might be a frog, or a bunny, or a cricket. If you’re sloppy you could be a hog, a raccoon, or a chimp. The fun continues with flappy, growly, and even slimy, scaly and mean! Kids will be leaping and hopping to mimic the colorful illustrations! A great book to share with a group!

Wally and Mae by Christa Kempter

When Wally, a neat little rabbit rents out her second floor apartment she is hoping to find a hamster or a turtle as a tenant. Instead, Mae, a very large and messy bear moves in. Mae sleeps till noon, eats Wally’s carrot cake, has loud parties, and never washes her windows. Just when Wally feels she can’t stand having Mae as tenant any more, a surprising thing happens. Mae and Wally become friends! A warm, fuzzy story to share with someone you love.

Don’t Worry, Douglas! By David Melling

When Douglas receives a new red knitted hat from his dad, he is ecstatic.  He wears it everywhere until it snags on a branch and unravels all over the place. Douglas’s friends offer suggestions but they only make matters worse. Finally, Rabbit suggests that Douglas simply tell his father what happened and – he does – proving how understanding good parents can be!

About fairysockmother

I am a Harper Voyager, UK author. Among Wolves, the first in an adult fantasy trilogy was released 2015. Grim Tidings followed in 2016 and Before Winter concludes the series in 2017! I have 19 traditionally published children's books including: the Abby and the Book Bunch series and a 2 Readers' Theater series both published through Magic Wagon, a division of the ABDO Group, at My first picture book, "The Christmas Cats" was released by Pelican Publishing in 2011. I have reviewed YA material for VOYA magazine for almost 28 years. Follow me on Twitter as FairySockmother and visit my website:
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