Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus by Mo Willems
What is it about:
In his winning debut, Willems finds the preschooler in a pigeon: a cajoling, tantrum-throwing, irresistible bird. "I've got to leave for a little while," says a uniformed bus driver as he strolls off the opening pages. "I thought he'd never leave," says the big-eyed pigeon as he marches onto the next spread and begins his campaign to drive the bus.
What did I think of it:
Yes, this is the Dutch version of this brilliant children's book, but it's also available in English.
I love this book! The drawings are simple but effective and the pigeon and his tricks to get to drive the bus are genius. I have to smile each and every time I read this book.
Why should you read it:
If you like children's books you will love this one. And otherwise you can always get it for a younger familymember and read the book to him or her. it will be a success.