How to Find a Friend by Maria S. Costa

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A slapstick ending that has the pair literally run into each other brings about a satisfying and funny conclusion. A picture book worth finding and befriending.
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A rabbit and a squirrel are alone and lonely, each wishing for a friend. Obviously they'd be perfect friends for each other. But as they go through their day, they keep missing each other, each totally oblivious to the other's presence. When they finally—and literally—bump into each other, each has found a friend at last. Young children will enjoy being smarter and more observant than these silly characters and will also rejoice at their success.
 

About Maria S. Costa

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Maria S. Costa has an M.A. degree in Children's Book Illustration from the Cambridge (England) School of Art. Her illustrations combine digital and traditional techniques. She lives in England, and How to Find a Friend is her first book.
 
Published April 11, 2017 by Clarion Books. 32 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.
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on Feb 04 2017

A slapstick ending that has the pair literally run into each other brings about a satisfying and funny conclusion. A picture book worth finding and befriending.

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