Author: Patricia Hegarty
, Illustrator: Greg Abbott
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I’m sure you will agree.
I’m as good as you
and you’re as good as me.
When Stoat builds a fence to keep Mouse away, the woodland animals have to work together to prove that nobody deserves to feel left out. Will Stoat ever learn that everyone is equal? See what happens when the animals bicker and separate, in this picture book with a message of acceptance.
With beautiful illustrations by Greg Abbott and powerful rhyming text by Patricia Hegarty, this board book cleverly explores the importance of kindness and equality. Animal characters and a woodland setting take readers on a journey of inclusivity, showing that life is a lot more fun when we let everyone join in!
Also available: Everybody’s Welcome
Meet the author
Patricia Hegarty is currently the Editorial Director of Caterpillar Books and has written about all kinds of things from trees and bees to ABCs (and she loves to rhyme).
Meet the illustrator
Greg Abbott is an illustrator and designer based in West Sussex, England. He works with a variety of clients on all sorts of creative endeavours, but mostly as a children’s illustrator on narrative an…