Cozy in Love (Hardcover)

Cozy in Love By Jan Brett, Jan Brett (Illustrator) Cover Image

Cozy in Love (Hardcover)

By Jan Brett, Jan Brett (Illustrator)

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This lovable companion to Jan Brett's instant New York Times bestselling winter classic, Cozy, shows that kindness and cleverness can capture a heart.

After losing a test of strength to another musk ox in his herd, Cozy is convinced he’ll never impress his crush, Lofti.
 
But while he’s sulking, he learns of a bigger concern. His friend Bella, a beluga whale, is still playing in an inlet even though it’s cold enough for ice to form and block her way out.
 
Cozy races to the inlet and, sure enough, Bella is in trouble. Luckily, Cozy thinks of a new way to use his strong legs and tough horns that might help save Bella and win Lofti’s heart as well.

Jan Brett's newest story about this lovable character shows how helping your friends is always the right thing to do—no matter who is watching.
 
Jan Brett is the beloved bestselling author/artist of many books for children.
Product Details ISBN: 9780593109854
ISBN-10: 0593109856
Publisher: G.P. Putnam's Sons Books for Young Readers
Publication Date: November 8th, 2022
Pages: 32
Language: English
Praise for Cozy in Love:

“Filled with descriptive candor and Brett’s riveting, distinctive illustrative style, the kindhearted musk ox bull Cozy ­returns in this exciting companion story that proves how strength of heart is beloved by all. . . [Cozy’s] quick-thinking and care for his friend [will impress] readers with the value of acting out of compassion without the ambition for attention.  . . Awe-inspiring detail of the frigid Alaskan landscape and its creatures will enchant readers.”  —School Library Journal

“Embracing her signature style, Brett frames each watercolor and gouache image with a rustic border. Side panels of spot art on each page work to foreshadow plot elements and introduce details of the expansive Alaskan setting—accurately drawn puffins, seaweed, starfish, and, fittingly, heart-shaped stones.” —Publishers Weekly