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Brilliant Author Series: Mo Willems

September 1, 2010

Mo Willems is just pure genius. His style is so fun, relaxed and witty that the adorables have no choice but to enjoy themselves. I also love that most of his characters are part of a series so we can still check in on our favorites without having to read the same book over and over (I’m most grateful for this in fact!).

Mo is not new to the adorable’s scene. He was a writer and animator on Sesame Street, where he won six Emmy Awards. The man knows his stuff!

There is a new Knuffle Bunny (Knuffle Bunny Free) coming out in October. I was so honored to see an advance copy and I just adored it. Very heartwarming.
So without further adieu…


Knuffle Bunny

Ours is named, “Lovey” and he’s not allowed out of our home.


Time to Say “Please”!

A very cute introduction to a very important word.


Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed

This is one classy little Mole Rat…


Elephants Cannot Dance!

Or any in this series – we’re just enjoying these now!

Now be sure to check out Mo Willem’s other books and share your favorites!

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  1. Sarah

      on September 1, 2010 7:52 am

    We LOVE Mo Willems. One of our favorites is “Pigeon Wants a Puppy.” These are so funny, my boys just howl with laughter at Willems’ books every time!


  2. Whitney Trujillo

      on September 1, 2010 10:52 am

    These look really fun!


  3. Gina

      on September 1, 2010 11:43 am

    We love Mo Willems over here too. He has a new series that we’ve found at the library that my 4yo’s love:

    Cat the Cat, Who is That?
    Let’s say Hi to Friends that Fly
    Time to Sleep, Sheep the Sheep
    What’s your Sound, Hound the Hound?


  4. Amy

      on September 1, 2010 4:27 pm

    Love Mo Willems. My 6 year old loves to look through his book to find the characters from the other series hidden in the background. My 3 year old loves the Elephant and Piggie books.


  5. Susan Knipper Watson

      on September 1, 2010 11:39 pm


    I think of Mo and that hilarious Pigeon every time I have to deal with a “boneless” child. :)


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