Synopses & Reviews
This imaginative story explores the concept that the greatest friendships can come to be if you are willing to overlook differences.
Vivian Walsh is the co-creator of several bestselling books for children. In June and August she once again makes a misunderstanding the humorous but pivotal moment that brings together two very unlikely friends. One night in the jungle, June is thrilled to see a shooting star, while August loves looking at the moon. Although they canand#8217;t see each other in the dark, the two promise to meet again the next day. But when morning dawns, they face a dilemma. How are June and August going to recognize each other?
From the co-creator of "Olive, the Other Reindeer" comes an imaginative story that explores the concept that the greatest friendships can come to be if one is willing to overlook differences. Full color.
About the Author
Vivian Walsh lives with her three children in San Francisco, California. She is the co-creator of several bestselling books, including Olive, the Other Reindeer
. Visit her Web site at www.vivianwalsh.com. Adam McCauley also lives in San Francisco. He has illustrated a number of books for children, including the Time Warp Trio
series, by Jon Scieszka, and The Monsterologist
, by Bobbi Katz. Visit his Web site at www.adammccauley.com.