Holly’s not a baby anymore. She can dress, eat, and clean up all by herself . . . almost! Holly’s eager to dress herself and brush her own hair—and she almost, kind of, nearly succeeds. When her clothes end up mismatched or her hair is sticking up, her family is always ready to step in and help. But there’s one thing she does perfectly: she hugs Daddy good night before going right to sleep! This sweet, simple story is one that all preschoolers will relate to.
About the Author
TRISH HOLLAND is the author of the Little Golden Books Come Back, Zack! and Lasso the Moon, and the co-author of the Big Golden Book The Soldiers' Night Before Christmas.
VANESSA BRANTLEY NEWTON is a self-taught illustrator, doll maker, and crafter who has illustrated numerous children's books including Bob Marley's One Love and Tori Spelling's Tallulah. She wrote and illustrated Let Freedom Sing and Don't Let Auntie Mabel Bless the Table.