Book Reading Challenge: Book 2


Author  Moria Butterfield and Illustrator Simon Mendez   – Parragon Publishing.

With such a cute face like this peering at you from the book shelf it’s kind of hard to resist picking up this beautifully written book. 

When Ben has been given this sweet bundle of fluff, he sets  about trying to figure out a name for him.  Such a delightful read that Moria has you bouncing through the pages and it becomes apparent what his name should be.  Such an adorable book with Simon’s large colourful pastel pictures, that kids will just want to grab it, and take it home.  I know I want a puppy just like that one.


About Diane Tulloch

Known also as the Patientdreamer I am a writer who loves to dream, and is passionate about writing stories for the young so that they may join me in the wonders of adventure in countries and cultures afar, and in special moments to remember.
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2 Responses to Book Reading Challenge: Book 2

  1. Chris says:

    Hi, thanks for leaving a post on my blog (Chris Gurney – Flim-flam and flummery). I can’t see to be able to post a reply to yours, so am doing it this way! I am not sure about the SCBWI meet. Are you going to the Spinning Tales conference beginning of April? Don’t worry about being nervous, its my middle name! Email me at if I can give you any more info. Kiwi Write4Kidz is another really good organisation to subscribe to, as is Storylines, if you haven’t already. Good luck with your writing!

    • Thanks so much for your comment and getting back to me Chris. That sounds really good and will look into that. Thanks also the comment about being nervous… Hope you will pop back here now and again.

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