Snooze, Sunny, and so-so
Snooze, Sunny, and so-so
Snooze, Sunny, and so-so
Snooze, Sunny, and so-so
Snooze, Sunny, and so-so
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By Dafna Ben-Zvi & Ofra Amit

translated from Hebrew by Annette Appel

What do you do when you’re feeling so-so? Do you curl up in a ball or talk with a friend?

Snoozie is a cat who doesn’t like moving. Sunny is a dog who’s afraid of the rain. They’re very different, but they are the best of friends. One day, while playing on a balcony, they discover a small, timid dog buried in a basket who has been feeling “so-so” for quite some time. How will this chance encounter change all their lives?

Affectionately written by Dafna Ben-Zvi, with sweet and expressive illustrations by Ofra Amit, and translated from Hebrew by Annette Appel, this is a tender story about feeling sad and finding uplift in the presence of accepting friends.