A Friend for All Seasons

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Simon and Schuster, Aug 21, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Robbie Raccoon's favorite friend is Old Father Oak. Robbie was born in Father Oak's trunk; he spent the spring swinging from Father Oak's branches; he spent the summer relaxing in the shade of Father Oak's limbs. But one day Robbie wakes up and notices that Father Oak is losing his leaves. Maybe he is cold. Maybe he is tired. Maybe he is sad. What can Robbie do to help?

Readers will delight in following Robbie and his friends as they are introduced to the magic of the changing seasons.

  

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Review: A Friend for All Seasons

User Review  - Erica Schumaker - Goodreads

A cute heartwarming children's story. Young children could relate well to Robbie. Read full review

Review: A Friend for All Seasons

User Review  - Goodreads

A cute heartwarming children's story. Young children could relate well to Robbie. Read full review

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About the author (2007)

Julia Hubery has written a number of picture books, including The Naughtiest Piglet. She lives in England.

Mei Matsuoka is an illustrator living and working in England. This is her first picture book.

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