Llama loves to make things. It doesn’t matter what, really—something special, something lovely.
Beaver loves to make things, too. But he likes things to be useful.
On this lovely day, Llama is inspired. She is having fun making things, like gifts for her friends. And soon many of her friends are inspired right along with her. But Beaver needs to think about what Llama and the other animals are making. What useful thing can he do with this day?
With lots of craftiness and fun, this is a delightful story about how something lovely can be useful, too, and how the best gifts are the ones that bring us together.
Renata Liwska has been drawing for as long as she can remember. She is the author/illustrator of Little Panda and Red Wagon and the illustrator of Places to Be by Mac Barnett; Waiting for Snow by Marsha Diane Arnold; the New York Times bestseller The Quiet Book and its companions, The Loud Book, and The Christmas Quiet Book; Once Upon a Memory; and Doreen Cronin’s Boom Snot Twitty. She lives in Calgary, Alberta with her husband. www.renataliwska.com