Duck and Penguin Do Not Like Sleepovers
A rib-tickling romp about the thrills and anxieties of sleepovers, starring two cranky stuffed animals and their super eager best-friend owners. A perfect bedtime read-aloud
"The real stars here are the exquisitely expressive lead characters, who elevate sleepover phobia to an art form." --Publishers Weekly
Duck and Penguin do not like sleepovers, despite what their owners, Betty and Maud, might have you think. They do not like snuggly sleeping bags, they do not like super-soft pillows, and they ESPECIALLY do NOT like being extra cozy together in a teeny-weeny tiny tent
But when Betty and Maud abandon Duck and Penguin outside, Duck and Penguin have no choice but to stick together. The dark outside is full of strange noises, after all, and they have the oddest feeling that...something...is watching them.
This companion to Duck & Penguin Are NOT Friends is a laugh-out-loud tale about the secret world of toys from author-illustrator Julia Woolf. With a relatable topic and hilarious illustrations, it's sure to have children begging for multiple reads.
Also by Julia Woolf:
Duck & Penguin Are NOT Friends
Peachtree Publishing Company, 9781682632017, 32pp.
Publication Date: September 1, 2020