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A charming picture book about loneliness and making friends from an bestselling author and illustrator.
The beauty of a shooting star starts a special friendship in this lovely new picture book. Bunny and Dog live next door to one another and have done for ages, but they’ve never spoken, even though they’re always peeping at one another through the fence. We know they’d be best friends, and indeed, once that shooting star zipping across the sky starts them talking, they don’t stop. Dog and Bunny are wonderfully warm, appealing characters and children will love peeking into their little houses which are filled with all sorts of pretty items and things to spot. They’ll be as happy as Bunny and Dog too when the two finally make friends. A happy story with a great deal for readers of all ages to relish. Andrea Reece
From bestselling author Amy Hest and illustrator Jenni Desmond comes a charming picture book about loneliness and making friends. Bunny and Dog live on opposite sides of the fence. No one says hello. Or hi. But on the night of the shooting star, two doors open...
|Publication date:||2nd November 2017|
|Publisher:||Walker Books Ltd|
|Suitable for:||3+ readers, 5+ readers|
Amy Hest was born in New York City and raised on Long Island. She is the author of more than thirty books for young readers including When Jessie Came Across the Sea, illustrated by P.J. Lynch, and Kiss Good Night, Sam, a New York Times bestseller. She is a three-time winner of the Christopher Medal and winner of the Boston Glove-Book Award. She lives in New York. www.amyhest.com Helen Oxenbury is among the most popular and critically acclaimed illustrators of her time. Her numerous books for children include Smarties Book Prize-winning Farmer Duck by Martin Waddell; We're ...More About Amy Hest