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Come play with Ploof! Meet a friendly cloud full of feelings in this interactive picture book for fans of Hervé Tullet's Press Here, from the creator of Narwhal and Jelly and the co-creator of Science Explorers.
Ploof is a puffy cloud who's a little lonely — but now you're here, and the fun can begin! Can you help Ploof overcome their shyness? Play pretend? Make Ploof laugh with your funny faces, find their hiding spot, give them a high five! Full of imaginative and interactive fun, each page of this perfect book for preschoolers offers a chance to play. By following cues to say hello, clap, blow, shake, wave or make a funny face, young readers will be delighted to see the effects of their actions on Ploof. They'll learn social-emotional skills like empathy, encouragement and kindness through Ploof's emotional journey — and, along the way, they'll learn how to be a fantastic friend!
Join Ploof’s adventures in a brand-new series co-written and co-illustrated by Narwhal and Jelly creator Ben Clanton and up-and-coming picture book maker Andy Chou Musser.
About the Author
BEN CLANTON is the New York Times bestselling author and illustrator of the Narwhal and Jelly series. His other books for children include The Greatest in the World!, the first book in the Tater Tales series; Mo's Mustache; Vote for Me!; Rot, the Cutest in the World!; Boo Who?; It Came in the Mail; Something Extraordinary and Rex Wrecks It!. He lives with his wife and kids in Seattle, Washington.
ANDY CHOU MUSSER is the author-illustrator of A Home Under the Stars, his debut picture book, which received a starred review from Kirkus Reviews and a silver medal from the Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles. He illustrated Search for a Giant Squid, the first book in a series written by Amy Seto Forrester. Andy has also created animation for a range of clients including ABC, Starbucks, T-Mobile and Warner Brothers. He lives on a cozy hill in Seattle, Washington, not far from wild forests and magical woodland creatures.
"Powdered graphite, eraser and pencil artwork employs sky-blue digital coloring in this friendly volume that makes social interaction look easy." —Publishers Weekly
"Great for both storytime and one-on-one reading, engaging young children with simple actions and giving opportunities to identify many shapes and feelings. Recommended for all picture-book collections." —Booklist