This is a snoot. Snoots need boops.
A boop is a pat. A gentle tap. Get your finger ready and . . . BOOP!
There are so many snoots to boop! Snoots attached to big dogs and little dogs and dogs with beards and those without. Are you ready to boop ALL the snoots?
With interactive illustrations by Linzie Hunter (What If, Pig?), this charming, playful, fun, and interactive picture book from Bea Birdsong invites kids to boop all the snoots they see. Perfect for dog lovers of all ages and fans of Press Here and Tap the Magic Tree.
Bea Birdsong is the author of I Will Be Fierce, Sam’s First Word, How to Spot a Best Friend, and other books for children. She lives in North Carolina with her husband, son, and rescue dog (whose cute snoot inspired this book) and spends her days creating books to entertain and empower the most important reader of all: YOU. Bea invites you to connect with her on Twitter @BeaBirdsong and visit her online at beabirdsong.com.
Linzie Hunter comes from Scotland but lives in England, which is similar but different. From her London studio, she draws pictures of all sorts of cool stuff, including dogs with spectacles, cats with berets, and other animals with both these things. What If, Pig? is the first book that Linzie has written, and she thinks that you are definitely the nicest, most generous and fun person for reading it. You can check out her sketchbooks at www.linziehunter.co.uk.
Dog snoots need boops, or gentle taps on the nose, in this irresistible, interactive story. Hunter creates cheerful and bright illustrations. . . The playful rhyming narrative dances along each spread with colorful, bold fonts. An interactive read to delight young children. — School Library Journal
Young listeners will love interacting with the playful cartoon illustrations to find and give boops to the "floofiest" and "smooshiest" snoots. Will give adults and children alike many reasons to giggle.
— Kirkus Reviews