Dave loves his cave. But what if there’s a better cave out there, with greener grass and bigger rocks?
Dave loves his cave. The inside is decorated exactly the way he likes it. There’s a spot for a fire and the grass is always green. But what if there’s a better cave out there, with greener grass and bigger rocks? Dave needs to find out for himself. But it turns out that good caves are hard to find—they’re either too noisy, or too spare, or too crowded, until he finds one in particular that looks much more promising. The rocks are big, and the grass is greener than any he’s ever seen . . . but why does it look so familiar? This humorous romp from celebrated author-illustrator Frann Preston-Gannon reminds readers that sometimes there’s no place like home.
Dave’s Cave is more than it appears to be upon first reading. It’s one of those books parents will love. It is short, yet satisfying, and a reminder that there really is no place like home. —New York Journal of Books