How Do Bunnies Take Baths? (Little Golden Book) (Hardcover)
The perfect book to read before bathtime--a new Little Golden Book about the different ways animals keep themselves clean.
Tigers love to soak in a cold lake or stream.
Macaques relax in hot water steam!
Beavers comb their fur to remove what's cruddy.
Rhinos roll around in a bath that's muddy!
This delightful rhyming Little Golden Book shares fun facts about how bunnies, zebras, cats, elephants, and many other animals keep themselves clean. Young boys and girls will love comparing their bathtime to those of the adorable animals in this new book from New York Times bestselling author Diane Muldrow (Everything I Need to Know I Learned From a Little Golden Book series) and beloved illustrator David Walker (How Do Penguins Play?, Bears on Chairs).
About the Author
DIANE MULDROW is the author of the New York Times bestselling Everything I Need to Know I Learned From a Little Golden Book series, and was the longtime editorial director at Golden Books. She wrote the Little Golden Books How Do Penguins Play?, How Do Lions Say I Love You?, How Do Giraffes Take Naps?, and Where Do Giggles Come From?
DAVID WALKER is the illustrator of the Little Golden Books How Do Penguins Play?, How Do Lions Say I Love You?, How Do Giraffes Take Naps?, as well as many other picture books for children.
So much to love about this twisty, complex spy novel about two American sisters caught up in intrigue, love and war during the end of WWII and the beginning of the Cold War. Williams' strong grasp of character among Foreign Service employees, brings palpable ethos & possible understanding to drinking excesses among those deemed with knowing and carrying out sometimes intractable diplomatic missions, all-the-while having family members having to pick up the pieces of broken hopes and dreams. A page-turning wonder, this is historical spy fiction at its best. - Reviewed by Maureen