Share the beloved Godzilla and King Kong characters with your family in this engaging board book featuring heartwarming lessons in friendship.
Making new friends isn’t always easy for kids. That’s equally true for two giant monsters, where small misunderstandings can easily blossom into enormous conflicts. Godzilla vs. Kong: Sometimes Friends Fight (But They Always Make up After) provides tips on how to be a good friend by using these two behemoths to show young kids how to behave in familiar situations . . . but on a much larger scale.
Featuring adorable artwork, PlayPop board books impart developmental lessons to kids through characters their parents love, to promote a shared family experience in reading together.
Carol Herring is an illustrator living in Southland, New Zealand. She lives with her husband and five kids in a country cottage - along with sheep, rabbits, dogs, cats, and a miniature horse, who happen to live outside the cottage. She specializes in children's books and has plenty of inspiration to draw from with such a busy household. She loves to paint with gouache when she has the time, and is inspired by many illustrators from her childhood - such as Richard Scarry, Mary Blair, and Alice and Martin Provensen.