Happy Hat Day by Gerald Hawksley

Happy Hat Day
Written by Gerald Hawksley

Happy Hat Day A Silly Rhyming Picture Book for KidsWhen your baby is 15 and still loves hats of all kinds, this book seriously resonates! The book has been around for a while and I will admit I only picked it up because my kid has a stack of hats on his bedside table that would make Dr. Seuss proud. This is a book that my munchkin would have enjoyed time and time again when he was little. Colorful silly illustrations with fun characters tell the story of the Happy Hatster and his quest to bring hats of all kinds to head bare citizens. Children will simply delight in this tale and demand to share it again and again. Perfect for pre-school bedtime stories and the rhyming prose is great for early sight readers.

Our hats are bent!
Our hats are old!
Our heads are bare!
Our heads are cold!
We all need new hats, it’s clear!
Thank goodness Happy Hat Day’s nearly here.


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