A Perfect Home for a Family by David L. Harrison

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Oh no! The twins are on their way, but the big tree in which Mama and Papa Raccoon live is too crowded and noisy. It's time to move! They head out to find someplace roomy and quiet and peaceful, but nothing seems quite right.

There might be no place like home for the Raccoon family in this charming picture book illustrated by an artist who, Publishers Weekly noted "elevates cuteness to an art."

 

About David L. Harrison

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No Bio Roberta Angaramo has illustrated more than thirty books for children. School Library Journal raved that her ldquo;lively illustrationsrdquo; in Errol and His Extraordinary Nose ldquo;take center stage.rdquo; She lives in Italy.
 
Published January 7, 2013 by Holiday House. 32 pages
Genres: Young Adult, Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.

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A raccoon couple searches for a new home in this amusing, succinct story with a plot that's short enough for younger preschoolers and comical enough for older kids.

Feb 15 2013 | Read Full Review of A Perfect Home for a Family

PreS-Gr 1—Mama and Papa Raccoon have a problem. Their cozy tree house is too noisy and crowded due to a nest of baby blue jays and a large family of opossums for neighbors. Adding urgency to their dilemma is the impending arrival of their own twin babies. Off they set to find a new home for their...

May 01 2013 | Read Full Review of A Perfect Home for a Family

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