Recommended, Not Repeatable
I pretty much just have to see Debi Gliori’s name on a book now to make me at least check it out — the art is always vibrant, and the stories almost always feature a cute, usually adorable and fluffy, cast of animals. And that’s what this is: a cute story about a penguin delivering various objects to other animals (a sling for a baby moose, feathers for a baby bear’s quilt, and so on), all while awaiting the delivery of his own baby sibling. It’s got nice pictures, and it’s a cute story, but ultimately, it’s also fairly forgettable. Definitely something to check out from the library, read once, and then probably forget. She’s got much better work out there (like No Matter What).