The Pout-Pout Fish and the Worry-Worry Whale
The Pout-Pout Fish and the Worry-Worry Whale is the story of the Pout-Pout fish, like in his other books, and he’s trying to help his friend Willa Whale who isn’t acting very happy. Both Pout-Pout and Willa are invited to a party, but now Willa is thinking she might not want to go. Willa is thinking of all the bad things that could happen at the party and is worried. A question throughout the book is – “is worry bigger than a whale?” Will Willa become happy and enjoy herself at the party?
The Pout-Pout Fish and the Worry-Worry Whale is a lot the same as the other books, but with a new feeling that needs to be worked through. The pictures are bright and colorful and I like that they fill the page. I like how Pout-Pout helps his friend Willa through a tough time so that everyone can enjoy themselves at the party; I could use the advice from Pout-Pout when I feel worried, too.
|Deborah Diesen,Dan Hanna
|Farrar, Straus and Giroux (BYR)
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