Woolly and Me by Quentin Greban

cover122218-mediumWoolly and Me by Quentin Greban is a story that shows the power of a young child’s imagination. This is a charming book that is packed full of playful imagination and lots of love. A little girl has a woolly mammoth for her best friend. She plays with him and nurtures him and includes him in everything that she does.

They ride in the car, go to the grocery store together, paint fun pictures, go biking outside, take ballet lessons, and teaches him how to use the bathroom properly. She gently comforts him when he is frightened of monsters at bedtime or gets scared on the roller coaster at the local fair. She bandages up his many boo boos when he has been hurt.

At the end of the story there is a twist. The twist will both surprise and delight the reader sparking both conversion and laughter.  The illustrations are whimsical, witty and fun. I enjoyed the book and I highly recommend it to readers of all ages.

I received an ARC from Myrick Marketing & Media, LLC and Tilbury House via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

I give this book 4.5/ 5 stars.

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