Matthew and Tilly by Rebecca C. Jones
(Picture Puffins)

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Like all good friends, Matthew and Tilly have an occasional tiff, but their friendship prevails despite their differences.
 

About Rebecca C. Jones

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Jones has been a newspsper reporter, television reporter and assignment editor, a journalism professor, and a magazine editor. Colby Rodowsky is the author of numerous books for children and young adults, including the ALA Notable Book "Not My Dog," She lives in Baltimore, Maryland. Beth Peck has illustrated many books, notably Truman Capote's "A Christmas Memory," She lives in Menomonie, Wisconsin.
 
Published February 7, 1991 by Dutton Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Young Adult, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Matthew (white) and Tilly (black) do everything together until Matthew accidentally breaks one of Tilly's crayons.

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Matthew and Tilly live in the same neighborhood in the heart of a big city, and they do everything together: ride bikes, play street games, sell lemonade. But even the best of friends quarrel now and

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Two best friends who quarrel over a broken purple crayon learn the value of forgiveness; ``This is not an unfamiliar tale,'' said PW, ``but it is told here with simple eloquence and poignancy.'' Ages

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Matthew and Tilly live in the same neighborhood in the heart of a big city, and they do everything together: ride bikes, play street games, sell lemonade.

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Two best friends who quarrel over a broken purple crayon learn the value of forgiveness; ``This is not an unfamiliar tale,'' said PW, ``but it is told here with simple eloquence and poignancy.'' Ages

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