Tuesday, May 7, 2019

Wee Reads: Rabbit & Bear: The Pest in the Nest by Julian Gough

Ever since Finn was born, and even before then, we would read to him. We wanted to show him reading from an early age. Now he loves us to read the same books, over, and over, and over. But it is the sweetest thing, when he likes to pick out a book and climb into our laps. 

The Pest in the NestRabbit & Bear: The Pest in the Nest by Julian Gough

A new critter moves into the neighborhood...but Rabbit thinks she needs to leave pronto. She's making a racket!

Do you like this book?

Yeah! I think it's funny he thinks the turtle is a snake! Turtles aren't snakes!

What's your favorite part of the book?

When he gets scared and jumps sooo high he scares himself! And when he thought the turtle was a snake.

What do you think of the cover?

I like it!

This was a really fun and funny book about a rabbit and bear who just woke up from their hibernation. All rabbit wants is some peace and quiet and then all the sudden there is a loud BANG BANG BANG noise. It's a woodpecker! 

The art is cute, the colors are adorable, and the story is awesome.  

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Julian Gough is an award winning author of funny stories about serious things. He won the BBC National Short Story Award in 2007 (when it was the biggest prize in the world for a single short story). His “The iHole” was shortlisted for the one-off BBC International Short Story Award in 2012. He has also been shortlisted, twice, for the Everyman Bollinger Wodehouse Prize for comic fiction.

He represented Ireland in Best European Fiction 2010; won a Pushcart Prize in the US in 2011; and represented Britain in Best British Short Stories 2012. London born and Irish raised, he now lives in Berlin.
He is the author of three novels, Juno & Juliet, Jude in Ireland, and Jude in London; two radio plays, The Great Hargeisa Goat Bubble, and The Great Squanderland Roof; and a poetry collection, Free Sex Chocolate.
In 2011, he wrote the ending to Time Magazine’s computer game of the year, Minecraft.
As a youth, he wrote and sang on four albums by Toasted Heretic, and had a top ten hit with the single "Galway and Los Angeles”.
He is probably best known for stealing Will Self’s pig.

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