Author: Kevin Henkes
This story is about a little mouse named Awen. He has a habit. Whether walking, eating, sleeping, or playing with other children, he must bring his beloved blanket with him. Wen, his heart is very stable, and he won't stick to his mother and father all day. However, as he grew up slowly and went to elementary school, he still couldn't leave the little blanket. Because Awen is too small and the blanket is too big, there is an exaggerated picture of this story in a book comparing the shapes. Awen’s mother and father felt that this situation should be changed so that Awen should not be overly dependent on the blanket, nor should Awen feel that he has lost the blanket. What should we do? Finally, Mom and Dad discussed with Awen and cut a piece of the blanket to make a handkerchief for Awen. In this way, Awen can still bring his "small blanket", but he can also get along well with his classmates and adapt. School life.
Recommended for Ages: 3-6