We met The Hueys for the first time last year – Gillespie wore a jumper and was different – and this year we’re coming across some arguments. What I love the most about this is how the arguments are illustrated – it made me smile.
Anyway, the book is wonderfully simple and gets a good message across – The Hueys end up forgetting what they’re actually arguing about and in the end are distracted…
I did end up having a little giggle. The book has already been read several times and at a time when H does love to argue and does indeed forget why, this feels like the perfect addition.
The Hueys in It Wasn’t Me is out now, published by HarperCollins Children’s Books