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Thursday 13 October 2011

Review: Fluff and Billy

Fluff and Billy do everything together. They run, they slide, they splash, they scream. If one does one thing, the other does it, too. Like fuzzy little twins, it’s all for one and one for all.

But when Fluff rolls up a snowball and Billy rolls one, too – then hoiks it at Fluff, all in the name of fun – things go wrong, and these darling little penguins do something else together ... they refuse to speak each other (until a penguiny tear rolls down a sweet little penguiny face, that is).

Fluff and Billy is a story about friendship and about making up – but it’s also about fun and Killen’s absolutely darling illustrations make it a visual winner, too. 

Soft, pastelly pictures and stunning layout and typography make it a heavenly eye treat that will satisfy big kids as well as small.

Cute cute.

Title: Fluff and Billy
Author/Illustrator: Nicola Killen
Publisher: Hardie Grant Egmont, $16.95
Publication Date: 3 October 2011
ISBN: 9781405254250
Format: Soft cover
For ages: 4+
Type: Picture Book