"I get really excited about books that do a great job with helping to teach my children empathy and acceptance. I really want to raise kind humans and these books help tremendously. Plus, I get excited about Edmond the squirrel because he is just so sweet and likable." --Clarissa, Book Nerd Mommy
Edmond and George Owl encounter a mysterious Thing while out walking, terrified, they run to take cover in Edmond's house. With the help of some fortifying green cookies and an excellent disguise, they come to understand that the Thing is not so terrifying after all.
About the Author
Astrid Desbordes lives in Paris, where she works as an editor and an author. She received her degree in philosophy and has written several books on religion and philosophy for adults, but she also writes rich and unusual stories for children. Her first book to be published in the US was Daydreams of A Solitary Hamster, a clever and absolutely charming riff on Rousseau for young readers. Also with Enchanted Lion: Travels of an Extraordinary Hamster and Edmond, the Moonlit Party.Marc Boutavant is an award-winning author and illustrator. For years, Boutavant has drawn for picture books and comics, and he's done his fair share of editorial illustration as well. His cartoons and picture books have made him a widely sought after illustrator. Boutavant's lively, expressive, and inventive illustrations appeal to both children and their parents, for they are simple and complex, witty, playful, and probing all at the same time. Also by Boutavant from Enchanted Lion: Ghosts, Edmond, the Moonlit Party, Dumpster Dog and Merry Christmas, Dumpster Dog!