Illustrated by :David Mackintosh
Audience:Juvenile: Age (years) 4 - 7, Grade (US) P - 3
Dimensions:9in x 9.5 in | 15.36 oz
Page Count:32 pages
Despite big differences, a gap between friends can be bridged by sharing in this boldly illustrated tale of a boy who says he's a bear and a bear who says he's a boy.
A very small boy in a bear suit and a very large bear in a boy suit share the fun of pretending, adventuring in the woods, and a honey sandwich next to a warm fire on a cold day.
Which is really the boy, and which is the bear? It doesn't matter—you are who you say you are. With minimal text and bold, dramatic illustrations, this picture book offers a thought-provoking take on identity and brings a fresh vision to the theme of finding connections hidden behind visual differences.
"A multimedia feast for the eyes. A striking, imaginative, beary good book." — Kirkus Reviews
"This gentle story reminds readers that friends don’t have to look the same to find common ground." — Booklist