Forever Friends

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Smallfellow Press, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Everybody needs a Forever Friend - someone who shares, someone who looks out for you. But nobody says it has to be another person! In this whimsical tale, you might wonder who is looking out for whom as you learn the ins and outs of everlasting friendship from both ends of the leash.

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User Review  - Melanie - Goodreads

A good story of role-reversal; in this case the dog, Petey, explains how he takes good care of Skip, the boy in the story. A good recommendation for bedtime read-alouds or dog-loving kids. But the ... Read full review

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Cohen is a clinical psychologist.

Hall is an illustrator, and journalist. She is Assistant Managing Editor of the Record-Journal in Meriden, Connecticut.

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