Can a vegetable and a dessert really be friends? Find out in this sweet story of solidarity!
Cookie and Carrot are a true dynamic duo. Carrot teaches Cookie how to dip (in hummus), and Cookie teaches Carrot how to dunk (in milk). But when Cookie and Carrot's other pals make fun of their friendship, the two start to wonder if different food groups can ever really be friends. Packed with plenty of puns, this satisfying tale of acceptance and forgiveness will leave kids asking for more.
Exciting, easy-to-read books are the stepping stone a young reader needs to bridge the gap between being a beginner and being fluent.
About the Author
Erica S. Perl is the author of The Capybara Conspiracy, When Life Gives You OJ, Aces Wild, Vintage Veronica, the Arnold and Louise chapter book series, and a number of picture books. She lives in Washington, DC, with her family. Learn more about her on Twitter @ericaperl or at ericaperl.com.
Jonathan Fenske is the Theodor Seuss Geisel Honor-winning author-illustrator of A Pig, a Fox, and a Box; I Will Race You Through This Book!; After Squidnight; Something Stinks! and more. He lives in Simpsonville, South Carolina.
"This tale of two unlikely friends is sure to delight." —School Library Journal
"Geisel Honoree Fenske offers bright, uncluttered cartoon art in this comedic tale of friendship and tolerance." —Publishers Weekly
"...Perl and Fenske’s collaboration is a pun-filled exploration of friendship." —Kirkus