Title: Dormouse Dreams
Author: Karma Wilson Illustrator: Renata Liwska
Recommended for: grown-ups who are reading aloud to preschool children
Pages: 32 p.
Call Number/Link: E WILSON, K.
Dormouse hibernates and dreams of spring until spring arrives, and along with it comes his dormouse friend.
I loved this book’s cute, cozy illustrations. The pictures of the dormouse sleeping were my favorites.
The story was cute, but it confused me. There were times when I couldn’t tell if the illustrations were of the dormouse’s dreams or things that were actually happening in the outside world. Thus, it would probably not be the best choice to read to a very literal, logical child who is bothered when a book doesn’t make sense to him or her. It could be fine for other children though.
And the illustrations are just so adorable!