by Wawa Hohhot, Christopher Corr
who loves a city named
New York-
And of how she exposes the fashion industry's

Children's Literature - Keri Collins
Wawa Hohhot is a Cashmere goat from Mongolia who makes it big in the Big Apple after Mr. Saks mistakes her for a model and invites her to be in his upcoming Wild About Cashmere fashion show. As her family explores New York City, Wawa experiences Saks Fifth Avenue. She's whisked through the shoe department, undergoes a hair transformation in the famous Red Door Salon, then makes her way through the perfume department and make-up counter. Finally, Wawa struts her stuff at the fashion show on the roof of Saks, where her true identity is revealed. Fortunately for Wawa, famous fashion designers Jean Paul Goutier and Yves Saint Bernard announce their animal natures in a show of solidarity, and the rest is fashion history. Christopher Corr's bright and busy illustrations convey New York City's energy. The details, fascinating yet small, make the book better suited for viewing in groups of two or three than as a story-time r