Join in the fun as a young girl imagines her family as a pandemonium of parrots, a swarm of bees, a smack of jellyfish, a wisdom of wombats, and more! When a young girl gets frustrated with her chaotic life at home, she imagines what things would be like if her family were animals instead. Would life be better as a pod of pelicans, a pride of lions, or a herd of buffalo? Or is it ultimately a family of humans that she needs? In this beautifully illustrated book, young readers learn the names for groups of animals through a sweet, whimsical narrative that focuses on the importance of family.
Karl Jones is an Associate Editor at Penguin Young Readers and has written numerous books for children, including a series of holiday-themed Activity Books honoring the traditions of Day of the Dead, Chinese New Year, Thanksgiving and Mardi Gras. He has also penned several Mad Libs titles including Day of the Dead Mad Libs, Kids’ Choice Award Mad Libs and Which Dude Are You?, as well as the forthcoming picture book, Life with My Family co-authored with Renee Hooker and illustrated by Kathryn Durst
Kathryn Durst is the New York Times Best-Selling illustrator of Paul McCartney’s <i>Hey Granddude</i>. She is graduate of Sheridan Art College of Ontario and a rising star in the picture book world. Having interned with Pixar Animation Studios and illustrated for other publishers, this is her Penguin Young Readers debut.