The Odd Egg
Publish date: April 1st 2010
Publisher: MacMillan Children's Books
Pages no: 32
Edition language: English
Like many infertile women throughout history, hapless Duck suffers from social stigmatization and low self-esteem. Even though the obvious solution, adoption, is emotionally satisfying to her, she continues to suffer the mockery and criticism of her peers, who deride the physical dissimilarities bet...
OK this is weird. Lotsa reviews for this book, mostly really positive! Although a lot of hesitance about the ending, which I get. The ending didn't bother me. What bothered me is this is really extremely similar to Flap Your Wings by P.D. Eastman and why don't I see more people mentioning this. Eith...
This is a book that may or may not have benefited from lowered expectations. I've yet to really warm up to an Emily Gravett book (well, besides the board book Orange Pear Apple Bear which is completely awesome). But the thing is my daughter really loves her stuff - Little Mouse's Big Book of Fears...
Sweet and funny. The PandaBat guessed, but she still really liked it.