In the deep green forest, Pip asked, "Mama, when will I be big?" Pip is an adorable, roly-poly little panda who sees the world changing and growing. But Pip is feeling a bit left behind. Luckily Mama is there to show playful and curious Pip that, like the trees in the forest and the stars in the sky, he's growing and changing too. And no matter how much Pip grows, the one thing that will never change is how much Mama loves him!
Mom, Avid Reader, Austen Fangirl
This book has really sweet sentiments, and I like the illustrations, but the format of the book drives me slightly bonkers with the acknowledgements on the final page that are the same size as the rest of the text making you think you should be reading it out loud as part of the story... until you realize the book has in fact already ended. A little bit nit-picky perhaps, but there you have it.