February 2016, Little Tiger Press, 32 pages, Hardback, Review copy
Summary from Little Tiger Press
Little Why just can’t stay in line. There is so much to see – like Giraffe’s long-lofty leggy legs and Wildebeest’s spiny-spiky horns. Why can’t he have legs and horns like them? And then Little Why spots Crocodile’s snippy-snappy teeth… Look out!
A cute book for little questioners who want to be different and don't fully know that being themselves is more than okay. While I don't have children I have been around inquisitive minds who constantly ask why. Little Why gets almost literally underfoot and feels that every animal apart from him has a useful feature about themselves.
It's a great way to learn about animals, to see that the grass is not greener on the other side-everyone has elements which make them special and unique. The watercolour style of illustrations fita well with the atmosphere of the tale, and helps the animals look realisitic. A must have on your bookshelf!