Naptime with Theo and Beau by Jessica Shyba
  

Synopsis

Naptime with Theo and Beau by Jessica Shyba

The only thing better than naptime is naptime with a friend. Theo the puppy (part-Boxer, part-Shepherd, part-Labrador, part-Sharpei) was rescued by Beau, a twenty-three-month-old toddler, and his family from an animal shelter in Santa Cruz. The two of them instantly became best friends. At naptime, Theo waits for Beau to fall asleep, then curls up next to him-a beautiful image of friendship and trust. Theo and Beau are already a viral sensation thanks to the unbearably adorable, utterly charming photos that author (Beau's mother) Jessica Shyba has been posting on her popular blog Momma's Gone City. And now, she's combed through her pictures to find the very sweetest and matched them to a charming bedtime story to make a picture book that is (as Alyssa Milano said of the blog) so cute it hurts.

Reviews

Beau is a towheaded toddler who naps every day with his puppy . . . A simple, accessible narrative of the canine-toddler friendship. --Kirkus Reviews Lover of cute dogs and cuter kids will find plenty to smile and sigh over in these ultra-sweet images. --Publishers Weekly

About the Author

JESSICA SHYBA is an eternal urban soul living to capture as many moments with her family as possible who lives in California with her husband, three children, and two pets.

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Book Info

Format

Hardback
40 pages

Author

Jessica Shyba
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Publisher

St Martin's Press

Publication date

16th February 2015

ISBN

9781250059062


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