Sonny Says No! (Hardcover)
Perfect for toddlers and preschoolers who are learning friendship dynamics, this volume in the sweet and funny series about Sonny and his friends covers universal kid experiences--like learning to help others!
Sonny LOVES painting, so when he finds a paint set in the garden, he gets right to work! But then Boo and Meemo ask to use the paints, too. And now Honey and Boo ask for Sonny's help blowing balloons. Sonny just wants to paint by himself, so he says, "No!" Why can't they see that Sonny doesn't have time to help? But once his friends leave, Sonny realizes he forgot that something important . . . It's Meemo's birthday! Honey and Boo have been trying to make Meemo a birthday present. Will Sonny help them make Meemo's big day special?
Caryl Hart writes picture books and young fiction. She loves dog walks, cafés, and snuggling. She runs creative literacy workshops for schools and libraries. Caryl's picture books include One Shoe, Two Shoes; Big Box Little Box; Prince George Goes to School; Prince George and the Royal Potty; the Whiffy Wilson series; How to Save a Superhero; There's a Monster in My Fridge; The Princess and the Peas; The Princess and the Presents; and The Princess and the Giant. She lives in England with her husband and two daughters.
Zachariah OHora is the illustrator of the New York Times best seller Wolfie the Bunny. His debut as an author, Stop Snoring Bernard! won the 2011 Society of Illustrators Founders Award and was the 2012 State of PA Dept of Ed One book. His follow up, Not Fits Nilson! was named the Huffington Post Best Children's Book of 2013, a Kirkus Best Picture Book of 2013, a New York Public Library Book for Reading and Sharing and was given the PALA Carolyn W. Field Award. His book My Cousin Momo! was named by the Boston Globe a Best Picture Book of 2015 and was a Junior Library Guild Selection. His book The Not So Quiet Library hit shelves in 2016 and his latest book Niblet & Ralph described as parent trap for cats was featured on The Today Show. He lives and works in Narberth, PA with his wife, two sons, two cats and a dog named Waffles.
“Entertaining and instructive, this will be a useful preschool discussion starter.” —Booklist, on SONNY SAYS MINE!
“Hart's playful, repetitive text winningly recalls Mac Barnett's Jack books. OHora's bright digital art, often presented against monochrome backgrounds and augmented by colorful speech bubbles, keeps the focus on the expressive characters. A solid conversation opener for discussions on sharing and empathy.” —Publishers Weekly, on SONNY SAYS MINE!