The Hueys are all the same. And there are quite a lot of them.
They think the same, do the same things, and look the same. No one is different.
Until one Huey – Rupert by name – knits a sweater.
Then all pandemonium breaks loose.
The Hueys in The New Sweater by Oliver Jeffers is a delightful little picture book about being the same, and being different. Jeffers follows it with The Hueys in It Wasn’t Me – a book about starting, and finishing, a disagreement.
Highly recommended for ages 2 – 8.
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