Whose hat is that by Anita Bijsterbosch (2014)

41Su6GJVnoL._SL500_AA300_Wind and hats were never meant to be friends. On a very windy day, a funky tartan hat takes its opportunity to escape, blowing from head to head.

“Whoosh! There goes the hat. Whose hat is that?

“Moo!” the cow lows. “This hat is mine. It looks good on me.”

No-one’s head is sticky enough to keep the hat in place for IMG_1271long, it spins merrily from cat to peacock, via all manner of animals in between.

Finally, after the hat’s life hangs in the balance, with a very hungry dog taking a shine to it, a tartan-clad girl lays claim to her property.

This is a wonderfully illustrated simple repetitive story featuring lovely sounds and animal noises to warm your lips upon. Perfect for an audience of preschoolers, try pairing it with a hat/scarf song or two.

Check out Whose hat is that? at Auckland Libraries.

Or buy Whose hat is that? from Fishpond.


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