That’s Not How You Wash a Squirrel Epub Review
The fourth book from New York Times bestselling author David Thorne features over two hundred pages of essays, including many brand new ones. In addition, a new collection of essays has been added, as well as emails from Thorne’s readers. It’s not hard to see why Thorne has become such a favorite of readers. Here, he shares some of his best advice for a happy and successful life.
That’s Not How You Wash a Squirrel is a collection of funny essays by British author David Thorne. The book includes over 200 pages of essays on diverse topics, ranging from satire to politics to the internet. In addition to the hilarious stories, the book also has an underlying message about appreciating life. Thorne considers himself a satirist and has a knack for capturing life’s absurdities.
Young Jonathan finds a frightened squirrel on the road and brings it home in his sneaker. But he finds out that Mr. Wellington is very weak and afraid of his new surroundings. What happens next? Jonathan cares about Mr. Wellington and tries to help him feel better. The story is beautifully written and illustrated with pen and ink wash illustrations. This book will make you laugh out loud!
This lovely children’s book centers on a young boy named Jonathan who comes across a small frightened squirrel on the street. He brings him home in his sneaker. As the story progresses, we learn about Mr. Wellington’s weakness and fear of strange surroundings. The book is beautifully written, with wash illustrations created using pen and ink. If you’re a fan of short, charming stories about animals, you’ll want to check out That’s Not How You Wash a Squirrel.
Jessica Watson is a PHD holder from the University of Washington. She studied behavior and interaction between squirrels and has presented her research in several wildlife conferences including TWS Annual Conference in Winnipeg.