Seasons come, seasons go. But a little brown bunny and a graceful blue bird discover that friendship, true friendship, lasts forever.
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Her technique leaves readers poised to discern the grid of measured time in the graph paper on which she plants trees, to see how the snow in bunny’s winter night looks identical to bird’s far-away tropical stars and to feel both the animals’ shared loneliness and immutable connection.| Read Full Review of Forever Friends
This quiet book about friendship retains many of the design elements and collage devices from Berger’s The Little Yellow Leaf —red polka-dot mushrooms pop up in the forest setting, dotted lines indicate the paths taken by the main characters, lined paper serves as an occasional backdrop, and word...Feb 08 2010 | Read Full Review of Forever Friends
The book reads aloud well, and I can see librarians using it and then asking for a chance to find each kid the right book for them.Jul 08 2015 | Read Full Review of Forever Friends
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