Youve Got This Fiona
Join your favorite hippo, Fiona, the adorable internet sensation from the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, in this perfect read-aloud picture book, You’ve Got This, Fiona, as she learns about the changing seasons of the year and how, even when things change around you, true friendship, family, and love stay the same.
Fiona notices that things are changing–her friends the geese are flying south, the leaves are turning different colors and the weather is getting cooler, her baby brother Fritz is born and brings change to Hippo Cove. But Fiona also wonders is everyone and everything going to change? Fiona gets a little worried … and so she heads to Mama and her friends, looking for answers.
You’ve Got This, Fiona:
*is the perfect story to read aloud to children ages 4 to 8.
*features art by New York Times bestselling artist Richard Cowdrey (Fiona the Hippo, Bad Dog, Marley)
*takes kids through the seasons of the year at the zoo
*helps children see that change–from the seasons to new babies in the family–is normal and it’s ok to be unsure about change
*introduces Fiona’s baby brother Fritz, who was born at the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens in August 2022
You’ve Got This, Fiona is the perfect gift for Fiona enthusiasts and any gift-giving opportunity.
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SKU (ISBN): 9780310770879
Illustrator: Richard Cowdrey
Binding: Cloth Text
Published: August 2023
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