(Deliciously Silly Rhyming Bedtime Story/Picture Book, About Mothers’ Love, for Beginner Readers, with over 35 Whimsical Illustrations, Ages 2-8)
An orangutan wishes to have her favorite breakfast – a banana. But it is gone from where she had kept it! Who took her banana? This starts a trek through the rainforest as she inquires of a variety of exotic animals if any of them has taken her banana. From a mamba snake to a tapir, a sloth, a spotted leopard to an elephant, a crocodile to a toucan and a bunch of monkeys, none seems to have taken the banana. All the while she dreams in rhyme of why she loves bananas. The mystery is solved when she returns to her nest. Who took her banana? You’ll have to read the book to find out.
*A combination of prose and rhyme combine to make this a delightful book for any child.
*Over 35 adorable illustrations float through the story and bring it to life.
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“Bright and happy,” “light and whimsical” have been the catch phrases attached to the writing and art of Sally Huss for over 30 years. Sweet images dance across all of Sally’s creations, whether in the form of children’s books, paintings, wallpaper, ceramics, baby bibs, purses, clothing, or her King Features Syndicated newspaper panel “Happy Musings.”
Sally is a graduate of USC with a degree in Fine Art and through the years, has had 26 of her own licensed art galleries throughout the world.