In this imaginative new book by Janet Halfmann, Sophia is awakened by the howling winds. Her mother suggests they count animals. Soon Sophia is fast asleep, dreaming of a howling wind that blows all the animals out of their coats. Sophia offers the animals her clothes, but they aren’t very comfortable for her new friends. Then Sophia pulls out her grandma’s sewing box to see what she can find to make the “right coat” for each animal.
Fur and Feathers is a delightful story from the award-winning team of Janet Halfmann and Laurie Allen Klein. Halfmann’s unique and engaging story is perfectly complemented by Klein’s stunning and beautiful artwork. Young readers will be captivated by this tale of a young girl who helps out her furry and feathered friends. This book takes the idea of counting sheep to an all new and fun level.
If you visit Halfmann’s website, she will share the inspiration behind Fur and Feathers. You can view the video trailer below.
An educational section at the back of the book can be used to teach youngsters about different animals and their skin coverings.
I’ll definitely be on the lookout for more books by Janet Halfmann!
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This looks sooooo sweet and I love the illustrations too!
What a neat idea and cute book. Congratulations, Janet and Laurie.
Great review, Cheryl.
I was really impressed with this one. I hope my readers chek it out.
Thanks for dropping by, ladies.
Cheryl, thank you so much for the great review of Fur and Feathers. And thanks for all of the wonderful comments from those stopping by. Happy Reading!!