A follow up to What the ladybird heard, which is one of my son’s favourite books (and one we may well see in the theatre this summer).
The art is very similar, and for the first four pages of On Holiday, I thought this was going to be exactly the same with different animals. But then we moved onto the Ladybird’s solution, and it was again both hilarious and innovative, but also completely different. Julia Donaldson’s ability to innovate with children’s plots never fails to satisfy.
My five year old son read it with me (taking it in turns). He liked it at the end when all the animals cheered for the Monkey. He says “its all good”
Netgallery sent me a copy of this ebook in exchange for an honest review.