Juno is a husky puppy. She wants to be a sled dog. She’s too little, but she thinks she’s a big dog. She can’t sleep at night because the sun doesn’t go down in northern Canada in the summer. She decides to sneak out and play. There’s no one to play with because everyone is asleep. An owl is awake. He tries to eat her. She escapes him, and she goes back to the house. There is a polar bear there, trying to get in to get food. Does Juno protect the house and her boy? Read the book to find out.
I thought this book was cute. I liked the ending. All the illustrations were made with clay and paint. I thought that was neat. The art was my favorite part. The book is not that scary for little kids. People who like animals will like this book. It would be interesting to live in a place where the sun never sets. I watched videos about why that happens. I think the book would be even better if it included that information.
|Author||Deborah Kerbel • Suzanne Del Rizzo, Illustrator|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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