One snowboy all alone . . .
. . . but he’s not alone for long! Join this cheerful snowman for a wintertime counting romp, complete with a whole host of animal friends.
Playful rhythms and exuberant illustrations come together to celebrate the wonder of winter.
Praise for A Cat Like That:
“Cat lovers will be instantly smitten, and even those who aren’t as immediately enthusiastic may well be won over by this slinky, strong-minded, creature.” —Kirkus Reviews
“The dynamic artwork and playful prose make this an appealing book to share individually with a prospective cat owner or in a cat-themed storytime.” —School Library Journal
“An attractive primer for kids who love cats—or may someday.” —Booklist
“A perfect, un-scolding introduction to basic cat etiquette for youngsters.” —Seattle’s Child
Praise for Don’t Lick the Dog:
“I’m passionate about helping children (and their parents) understand how best to safely interact with dogs, and this book perfectly encapsulates my philosophies on the matter in a really fun and engaging way.” —Victoria Stilwell, host of It’s Me or the Dog
“In this vividly illustrated and smartly written tutorial, Wahman runs through a set of rhyming tips for any child encountering a potential four-legged friend. . . . No matter the mood, the illustrations strike a perfect balance, using a spiky style reminiscent of papercraft atop bright, single-color backgrounds. . . . Gentle self-defense suggestions close this unique offering.” —Booklist
“Eye-popping colors and exaggerated shapes with sharp edges are the defining characteristics of Wahman’s distinctive illustrations for this how-to on meeting new canine friends.” —Kirkus Reviews
“This colorful picture book provides humorous information on how to make friends and interact with dogs.” —School Library Journal
Joe Wahman; illustrations by Wendy Wahman