Synopses & Reviews
One day Ollieand#8217;s mother tells him that he is and#8220;a beautiful gift.and#8221; Delighted with this new and#8220;identity,and#8221; Ollie invites his friend Benjamin to guess what it is. When poor Benjamin cannot guess, despite many hints, Ollie refuses to play with him. Seeing that heand#8217;s hurt his friendand#8217;s feelings, Ollie realizes that the best gift of all is friendship. Rohan Henry has wonderfully captured the interactions of young friends as they come to learn how to play together.
Celebrate the last book in the beloved "Toot & Puddle" series with a Christmas story about the gift of friendship and free limited edition Christmas ornaments. With a nod to previous books in the series, this latest story celebrates the endearing friendship that has delighted readers for more than ten years.
KEYNOTE A delightful holiday Toot and Puddle plush and book set. DESCRIPTION It's Christmas time in Woodcock Pocketl Bring home Toot and Puddle's holiday spirit with this essential Christmas gift. This lovable set includes the best-selling I'll Be Home for Christmas re-sized book, a Toot plush toy, and Puddle plush toy perfect for little hands.
Celebrate the 10th Anniversary of Toot and Puddle with this redesigned hardcover edition of the story that started a series. This anniversary edition of the book includes a limited edition Holly Hobbie print suitable for framing.
One day Toot takes off to see the world, while Puddle decides to stay home. This is the story of their wonderful adventures both far away and right at home. It's a story about being yourself and being a good friend.
The latest of Opal's adventures captures the subtle and sometimes not so subtle emotions of childhood with humor and gentle wisdom.
About the Author
Rohan Henry is a writer and illustrator of Jamaican origin who studied writing at the University of Massachusetts and New York University. He is the author of The Perfect Gift and Good Night, Baby Ruby. He lives in Maine with his wife and their two young children.