A Scarf and a Half is today’s new book selection from Maverick Arts Publishing. Written by Amanda Brandon and illustrated by Catalina Echeverri, this is a humourous picture book about a frantic knitter called Granny Mutton and her grandson Little Lionel.
Granny Mutton loves knitting but she doesn’t know when to stop. She knits her grandson Little Lionel a scarf to keep him warm, but she knits and knits!
That’s not a scarf, that’s a scarf and a half!
Poor Little Lionel is rather disappointed when he opens the big present, he thinks he’s got a new football but instead it’s a massive scarf. He’s not impressed, scarves just aren’t fun!
Luckily for Little Lionel his friends have mall got great imaginations and come up with all sorts of fun things to do with A Scarf and a Half. Little Lionel soon realises what a great present his Scarf and a Half is and that he has a rather wonderful Granny too.
Priced at £6.99 this is a charming tale that any child will giggle at.
Disclaimer: we were sent this book in exchange for an honest review
2 thoughts on “A Scarf and a Half – a book review”
aww this looks so sweet. I love children’s books, I’ll have to look out for this one x
Another great book we’ve read recently.