When David gets in trouble, he has excuses right up until bedtime, when he realizes he really is sorry and apologizing makes him feel better. By the creator of No, David!
I love David Shannon books and was looking forward to reading this. As I began, I related to all of the things David did and said when he got in trouble, because they are the same things my little boys say when they get in trouble. However, I was hoping for a better conclusion. It is implied that David feels bad that he didn’t own up to his mistakes, but I think it could have been made a little clearer for little ones to understand.
David Shannon is the internationally acclaimed creator of more than 30 picture books, including <i>No, David!</i>, a Caldecott Honor Book and his second <i>New York Times</i> Best Illustrated Book of the Year, and four more David picture books. Shannon’s bestsellers include <i>A Bad Case of Stripes</i>, <i>Duck on a Bike</i>, and <i>Too Many Toys!</i> His most recent book is <i>Bizzy Mizz Lizzie</i>. He lives in California with his family.