Experience a picnic in the park with Mama and Jack, where nothing seems to go right, but fun is had by all – and a little dog joins the family.
With "And then, who knows why..." as the cheerful refrain, Diane Goode tells how a boy's plan to give his mother a perfect picnic in the park goes hilariously awry. Kids will spot the little dog who's the cause of the mischief on every spread, making the refrain even more fun! Without preaching, this visual adventure shows that you can be happy even when things don't go just right. And the large, animated scenes picture all the fun with an expressive, lively line and inviting color
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PW's starred review said that this companion to Where's Our Mama?, about two Parisian children and their chaos-causing dachshund, ""will leave young readers chuckling and everyone else clucking an appreciative ooh-la-la."" Ages 4-8.| Read Full Review of The Most Perfect Spot
The earnest young protagonist of Goode's (When I Was Young in the Mountains ) tale immediately endears himself to readers as he brings his mother breakfast in bed, along with a card stating, "I know the most perfect spot for a picnic."| Read Full Review of The Most Perfect Spot