Author: Özgen Halil
Illustrator : Sarah-Leigh Wills
Age Range: 2 – 5 years
With a story filled with names like Henrietta Hen, Dotty Donkey, and Stinky Pinky Pig, you know this is going to be a fun book. Henrietta has a big personality and often finds herself in a jam. She’s loud and nosey and she has a habit of getting into trouble. In this adventure, Henrietta and Dotty Donkey set out on a mission to find and pick some berries. They meet some interesting characters on the way and end up discovering cherries instead of berries. But there is danger lurking nearby. Will some forest friends save the day or are Henrietta and Dotty on their last adventure?
This book showcases all kinds of friendship and sharing. I also loved that the pages are laminated. That makes them easy to clean when small, sticky fingers turn the pages. The illustrations are large and loud – just like Henrietta.Your younger grands will love this delightful tale. Özgen Halil is so happy and proud to announce that she will donate 10% for every sale of Henrietta Hen In Trouble Again and any other book she publish in the future to Demelza Hospice Care for Children.
About the author:
Özgen was born and raised in London most of her life. Her love for books started from an sharingearly age where she used to love going to the library next door to her primary school to borrow books. Özgen’s mother played a big part in feeding her imagination by encouraging her to write stories.Before Özgen became an Author, she was a Legal PA working in the City of London for law firms for over 25 years. In 2018, She wrote her first book, Henrietta Hen In Trouble Again and has based the main character, Henrietta Hen, on her vivacious mother! Özgen has written further children’s stories which are currently being illustrated.
About the reviewer:
Jeanette Perkins is the grandmother of two adorable grandsons. She lives in beautiful St Pete Beach, FL. Jeanette is a book and product reviewer for GRAND and is looking forward to reviewing lots of new and useful books and products for all us grandparents.
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