Brady is a sensitive young boy who takes his blanket wherever he goes. After traveling with his parents to visit his new cousin, Brady accidentally leaves his blankie behind. Can Brady learn to get by without his blankie?
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Brady always felt safe with his Blankey. One day Auntie Sue called and said she just had a new baby. Would Mommy, Daddy, and Brady come help? They make the long trip to Auntie Sue's house. Brady helped Mommy and Daddy do chores for Auntie Sue until it was time to go home. When Brady is unpacking his clothes, he realizes that Blankey isn't there. He looks everywhere but can't find it. What will he do? I highly recommend this adorable picture book about a child's major step in growing up. The watercolor pictures on each page are skillfully done by Bridget McKenna. They bring Brady and Blankey to life, adding to the story.
Some young children are attached to a certain object that makes him/her feel safe. Many children drag a blanket around with them until it’s ragged and dirty, but they won’t give it up long enough to let it be washed. Do you have a blankie lover in your family? In Author Stephanie Burkhart’s newest picture book, BRADY’S LOST BLANKET, the reader meets Brady, a boy that loves his blankie. He loves it so much he takes it everywhere he goes. It makes him feel safe and secure. Then one day, Brady, his mommy and daddy board a plane to visit his aunt and uncle and their new baby. Yep, Brady’s blankie flies along with them. The blankie keeps him from being afraid of the noisy plane. They have a wonderful visit. When it’s time to return home, mommy packs their bags, they board the plane and a disaster happens. Brady’s blankie is missing. They left it at his auntie and uncle’s house. What will Frankie do without his blankie? Will he ever feel safe and secure again? BRADY’S LOST BLANKET is the story of a young boy that finds comfort in his blankie, an object that’s familiar to him in a sometimes scary world. The author has captured the emotions of a child whose world is suddenly turned upside down and who doesn’t know whether it will ever be right again. Most parents have seen similar reactions in their children, whether over a blanket or some other object that the child treasures as their safe haven. Bridget McKenna’s illustrations are colorful and the characters’ expressions reveal what they’re feeling. A lovely book for little ones, who might just discover that the blankie, though important, can be replaced with something just as good. This picture book would make a nice addition to pre-school and kindergarten libraries as well as your own private library. The author provided me with a copy of the book for my honest review. ###