Book Review: May I Come In?

Happy Saturday! It’s a rainy, rainy day here and the perfect day to curl up with a book! Let me know what your rainy day read is in the comments. If you’re looking for a new book for the little ones, check out this perfect picture book for the coldest, wettest days of the year.

May I Come In? (2018, Sleeping Bear Press, Picture Book)

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From the publisher:

When thunder roars and lightning flashes, Raccoon is afraid to be alone in his home. So he hurries out to see if any of his neighbors in Thistle Hollow have room to spare for a friend in need. When Raccoon knocks on the doors of Possum, Quail, and Woodchuck, he is turned away. But then Raccoon spies a bright light in the storm. Will this next neighbor open up her house and heart to Raccoon? A tender story that reminds readers of all ages that a kind heart will always make room for one more.

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May I Come In, written by Marsha Diane Arnold and illustrated by Jennie Poh, is the perfect rainy day read! For little ones scared of storms, or others looking for a lesson on friendship, this story relates to children on multiple levels. The illustrations capture the darkness of a wild storm, while also showing the warmth of friendship and a dry place to stay. With some repetitive verse and onomatopoeia, this one is sure to be a hit as a read aloud.

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Lots of emotion, big thunder and sweet friends add up to a fantastic story sure to be enjoyed by readers young and old. Highly recommended for readers ages 3 to 7.

5 stars for rainy days and real friends.

Get your copy from Amazon or your local bookstore today!

Thank you to the publisher for a copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

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