How Humans Make Friends by Loreen Leedy

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Dr. Tripork explains the rules of human friendship to his fellow aliens.

About Loreen Leedy

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Loreen Leedy has many kinds of friends--relatives, school friends, neighborhood friends, and friends she has met through work. She writes and illustrates books in her studio in Winter Park, Florida. When not at her drawing board, she's exercising, eating out, and going to the movies. Her other books include the following: 2x2=BOO!, Who's Who in my Family?, The Edible Pyramid, Fraction Action. She lives in Chuluota, FL. Visit her on the web at
Published March 1, 1996 by Holiday House. 32 pages
Genres: Travel, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Another lighthearted, elementary guide from Leedy (2x2=Boo!, 1995, etc.), this time a clever how-to on the subject of friendship.

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Using the same premise as Jeanne Willis's Earthlets As Explained by Professor Xargle (1991) but far less successfully, Leedy (Who's Who in My Family?) here has the three-eyed Zork Tripork assemble his fellow aliens for his report on the young humans he has observed on his recent expedition to Earth.

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