Perfect for a snuggly storytime this Mother's Day: a "tail" about how baby animals bond with their families!
Lions say "I love you" with a purr and a cuddle. Wolves say "I love you" with a howl and a huddle. Bears like to say it with a kiss on the muzzle. A mama cow says it with a lick and a nuzzle. . .
Sweet, simple rhymes and glowing illustrations in soft pastels show the touching ways that animals--from elephants to giraffes to chickens--show affection for one another.
About the Author
DIANE MULDROW, editorial director at Golden Books, is the New York Times bestselling author of the Everything I Need to Know I Learned From a Little Golden Book series. Her picture book We Planted a Tree, illustrated by Bob Staake, was a 2010 Chicago Public Library Best of the Best selection and a Bank Street Best Children’s Book of the Year. She edited Golden Legacy: How Golden Books Won Children’s Hearts, Changed Publishing Forever, and Became an American Icon Along the Way, by Leonard Marcus. Visit Diane at dianemuldrow.com.
DAVID WALKER's cuddly animals are featured in the popular Little Golden Books How Do Penguins Play? and How Do Giraffes Take Naps?