Berkley has a huge nose and is always sticking it where it doesn’t belong, always getting into trouble. Can Berkley ever find a way to put his super sniffer to good use?
This is a fun and funny story of how being a little bit different can be an asset, not a disadvantage.
Berkley’s Family album
Mocca Arts Festival
April 6-7 2019, I attended the Mocca Arts Festival, and Berkley was a hit!
I want to thank everyone who stopped by to say hi, and picked up a copy of Berkley, A Nose tale. And a big thanks to my tablemate R Robert Pollak , we had a great time, and maybe we’ll do it again next year!
Ya know, if you read Berkley to your soon to be born child, their sense of smell vastly improves… its a scientific fact!
What people are saying…
Jeyran Main: jeyranmain.com I felt as though the characters were popping out of the page. Everything looked colorful and intriguing.
Sharon Coffey: sharoncoffey.com Hillman’s illustrations are humorous and expressive. The emotion he’s able to capture In the opening pages, it’s as if Berkley is reaching his sniffer out to get a whiff of the reader.
Lindsay Maeve Schubert: lindsaymaeveschubert.wordpress.com David Hillman’s debut picture book is a classically sweet story. Lovers of puppies and kittens will find delight in this tale about how the oddest things about us are sometimes what saves the day.