How to Find a Friend

How to Find a Friend

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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.

Title:How to Find a Friend
ISBN:9780544926783
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    How to Find a Friend Reviews

  • Laura

    2.5 Stars”What if I’m all alone in the whole wide wood?”Rabbit and Squirrel are lonely and hoping to a friend. They both look, look, and look, but they just keep missing each other. One is up, w...

  •  Defenestraethe

    Read again for my 365 Kids Book challenge. You can see all the books on their own shelf. Gustavo was rather more instructional. Despite the title, this is more a meet cute. It is cute, I like the art ...

  • VillaPark Public Library

    A cute little picture book that shows two critters both looking for a friend and completely missing the other. Helpful little bugs are trying to get them together and interject commentary. This story ...

  • Jill

    I would have liked this book a lot better without the weird worms who said they were bugs at the end (but didn't really look like bugs, either.) Their commentary was weird--who were they talking to? M...

  • Donna Mork

    Squirrel and rabbit move to a new place, but never see each other. They keep just missing each other. They think they are all alone. Then one day the literally run into each other and become friends. ...

  • Moonkiszt

    Featured in a grandma reads session.Keeping your eyes open and your heart flexible is part of the equation in this little book . .because your next bestie is probably right around wherever you are! St...

  • Kirsty

    Lots of fun. Lovely colours and beautiful pictures. A really sweet story which little ones will get into pantomime style with the whole he's behind you aspect which could make it a dab interactive sto...

  • Rachel

    This is a humorous book written and illustrated by Maria S. Costa. It depicts how two animals, Rabbit and Squirrel, who have just moved in to their respective new homes, wish to make new friends howev...

  • Jade

    How to Find a Friend is one of those books that really surprised me. It looked like a good book but the way this book cleverly shows that you're not alone and can always find a friend in such a unique...

  • Camille Rickis

    The dramatic irony in this picture book about unlikely friendship was very cute. The rabbit and squirrel both believe that they will never find a friend and continue to comically miss each other while...