Otto the lemur has biked many months to see his friends, a lynx and a bear, and to paint the Northern Lights – but his fur isn’t warm enough for the far North. While Otto recovers from hypothermia in the sauna, his friends learn how to knit him a sweater. A delightful story of crafty problem-solving. – Ruth
A bear makes doughnuts for a pre-hibernation snack, but her friends keep dropping by to visit, and she keeps graciously feeding them all her delicious doughnuts until there are none left for a cranky, sleepy bear with a full house and a sticky kitchen. Can her friends make things right?
Margaret finds a baby unicorn tangled in the briars, and keeps it safe through the winter until the rest of the unicorns migrate back to her mountains in the springtime. This lovely story has the feel of an instant classic.
Rollicking rhymes and expressive illustrations make for laughs on every page.
Another delightful winter story from beloved illustrator Jan Brett – and she even visited Palmer’s own Musk Ox Farm while researching the book!
A really cute picture book chronicling Gustavo’s attempts to overcome his social anxiety and break out into the world via a violin concert. – Justice