A little girl and her devoted woolly mammoth go about their day in this charming tale of friendship, imagination, and enjoying life’s simple pleasures. They shop for groceries, visit the fair, practice ballet, and paint pictures together. This is a simple narrative with understated humor, in which soft illustrations lend a vintage feel to the entertaining challenges of fitting Woolly into a bathtub, fixing his shaggy hair, or sharing a pasta dinner with a rather large, tusked mammal.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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