Move over, Bert and Ernie: there's a new odd couple in town! Exuberant Peanut and steadfast Moe are roommates and best friends . . . most of the time.
Peanut is messy. Moe is neat.
Peanut is loud. Moe is quiet.
Peanut always wants more. Moe always wants a little less.
Can these two learn to appreciate their differences?
With bright, bold, eye-catching illustrations and two adorable characters, Gina Perry has created a book that will appeal to all the Peanuts and Moes in the world -- whether they think it's too much or not enough!
About the Author
Once upon a time, GINA PERRY played with little metal cars in her rock-filled driveway, listened to old-time mystery radio theater in her room and built yarn canopies between trees. Now she writes and illustrates books for young readers from her New Hampshire home, where she lives with THREE monsters: her husband, daughter and son.
"Perry’s . . . quirky cartooning and all-dialogue, opposites-driven text should hold the attention of younger readers." --Publishers Weekly
"[W]hat separates this book about differences [is] the mood is upbeat. . . . Good spirits takes the solemnity out of differences." --Kirkus Reviews
“Both the colorful drawings and the short, pithy text show the reader how differences bind and enrich friendships.” --Seattle Book Review