Synopses & Reviews
We belong together.
Combined, we make a dish.
Weand#8217;re made for one another,
and#8217;Cause together weand#8217;re delish.and#160;
Some things in life are made for each other: peanut butter and jelly, pancakes and syrup, hot dogs and relish . . . and two best friends who together create the ultimate recipe for friendship! Sweet, rhyming text and sidesplitting illustrations welcome young readers into a whimsical world of tasty combinations and tender sentiments and make them hungry for another read. Perfect for friends of any age, You Are the Pea, and I Am the Carrot is a delicious gift for the one you love.
Praise for You are the Pea, and I am the Carrot
"The textand#8217;s springboard is a cherished, symbiotic adult relationship (as Elkinsand#8217; dedication attests), which is lovely..."
"The concept is sound, celebrating the love between friends or family members..."
--School Library Journal
"Every vignette is worth at least a giggle, usually an 'Awww,' and, in one instance, a book of its own..."
"A small book with a single message amplified and illustrated with cartoon-style drawings." Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
A tiny book that expresses the true meaning of friendship.
This classic tiny book's adorable black-and-white illustrations accompany
descriptive text that perfectly expresses the true meaning of friendship.
Here is the book that Romeo would have given Juliet; Charlie Brown would
have given Snoopy; and now friends of all ages can give this to their special
Here is the book that Romeo would have given Juliet, Charlie Brown would have given Snoopy, and you can give to some very special friend. This special book expresses the true meaning of friendship in a long list of ways with charming accompanying illustrations
About the Author
Warburg received her education at Bryn Mawr and San Francisco State.
Chwast is a highly regarded picture-book artist. She attended art schools in Newark.