Author: Pamela Tomlin
Illustrator: Tamara Piper
Published: 11th June 2019
Source: Copy from Author
Rating: 3/5 (Liked it)
Official Summary: “The value of family and tradition come together with the entertaining text and the vibrant illustrations of this heartwarming story. Emma is, once again, with her favorite fluffy friends. This time, they are visiting her Nana and Papa. The book begins outdoors in the yard. Emma’s friends are hiding among the plants and flowers that are a part of Nana’s beautiful garden. Can you help Emma find her friends? The story, then, moves into the house. Each friend has a favorite place to spend their time inside the house. Can you guess where that might be? Even Emma has a special room that she loves best. For parents and grandparents reading the story, it may be familiar and a reminder of their own childhood. It may be a reflection of a parent or grandparent today. It is a reminder of the importance of family and family traditions. A grand bedtime or anytime story. An educational story for preschool, elementary and libraries. Great early reader for summer reading or during the school year for AR reading. So, just what is a double crust chocolate cream pie? Read now to find out!” – Goodreads
Review: I want chocolate now… I also learned some names to flowers too. Which is always a bonus, learning something. It was easy to read, I wouldn’t say it would be for young young children, it is a bit wordy. Love the illustrations.
(Disclaimer: I received a free copy from the Author. Does not affect my review)