Looks Like A Fun Crew Of Characters!
After our grumpy Bruce-the-Bear ends up adopting goslings quite by accident in the book Mother Bruce, he is now having to take on parental duties. In this case, it means he needs to take his new charges on their migration to Miami each year. It's a tiring trip and he longs for the peace and quiet of home. Instead, when he returns he finds his den turned into a forest hotel run by a trio of mice. He suffers possum pillow fights, a fox trying to eat their guests and a moose hogging his bed. Finally, when a bus full of new guests arrive he takes charge of the situation.
The illustrations are extremely well done. The emotions expressed by each animal can't help but make a reader smile.
What Concerned Me: Nothing
What I Liked Most: This is an absolutely wonderful picture book for both adults and kids. As I've mentioned before, if a picture book doesn't appeal to an adult, it makes it pretty hard to keep picking it up and reading it over and over to a child.
I highly recommend this one, and can't wait to read Bruce's Big Move.
Disney - Hyperion