Book Review: Skunk and Badger by Amy Timberlake

Looking for your next read? Check out Skunk and Badger by Amy Timberlake, reviewed by Fulco Library staff, Erin P.

Badger lives a quiet life in a comfortable brownstone doing Very Important Rock Work. It’s quiet, that is, until one day Skunk arrives on his doorstep. Between Skunk and all the chickens (?!), suddenly everything is topsy-turvy and Badger only knows one thing: he must get Skunk out of the brownstone. But how?

Odd couple Skunk and Badger work together to find a way to happily coexist. This first title in a new series by Amy Timberlake has received multiple starred reviews. With sweet sepia toned pictures from Caldecott winner, Jon Klassen, this heartwarming series is perfect for fans of The Wind in the Willows and Frog and Toad. Skunk and Badger is available as an eBook or downloadable audiobook through Hoopla, or in print at the library.

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Skunk and Badger

Skunk and Badger

Skunk and Badger

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