Now in heavy rotation in this house at bedtime is Wooby and Peep by Cynthea Liu (illustration by Mary Peterson). It’s quickly become a favorite about two neighbors who cultivate an unlikely friendship.
Wooby and his pet fish have lived a quiet life in their little house on their quiet little street with their ancient tree giving them shade. All of a sudden Peep moves in and in her attempts to make a new friend, chaos ensues. Peeps life is about action and noise, which alienates her from the neighborhood. As everything goes wrong as she tries to become friends with peep, she does her best to try to fix things. And in the end, they find out they have far more in common than they thought.
This is a great book for kids age 3-7 with cute illustrations and comic-book panels interspersed throughout the book. The book is published by Sterling House and retails for $14.95.
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