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More About You Will Be My Friend! by Peter BrownOverviewLucy the bear from the bestselling "Children Make Terrible Pets"--a "New York Times" Best Illustrated Children's Book--stars in this hilarious, heartwarming story about making new friends. Full color.
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- ISBN-13: 9780316070300
- ISBN-10: 0316070300
- Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
- Publish Date: September 2011
- Page Count: 40
- Reading Level: Ages 4-7
Series: Starring Lucille Beatrice Bear
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- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2011-07-18
- Reviewer: Staff
Lucy the bear, who adopted a stubborn boy in Brown's Children Make Terrible Pets, tends to come on a little strong. She wakes up with an optimistic plan to find a pal—"the forest is crawling with fun critters. Surely one of them will want to be my friend," she tells her mother—and skips into the woods, wearing a pink tutu and an overeager grin. Brown's panels, framed by ironic wood-grain backdrops, show Lucy's overtures being rejected by a zoo's worth of fauna including a beaver, giraffe, and ostrich. Upon meeting a swarm of bees for "lunch," she runs away dripping with honey and calling, "Sorry I ate your house!" Lucy's only enthusiastic playmates are four human preschoolers, and even she feels overwhelmed by them. Like its predecessor, this outing features an earth-tone palette, pencil illustrations, cut-paper voice bubbles, and hand-lettered display type; Lucy's wilderness is thoroughly domesticated. Brown jokes about enforced companionship, yet doesn't abandon his heroine, acquainting her with a willing ally when things seem their grimmest. Readers won't miss the message that friendship is something that happens in its own time. Ages 3–6. (Sept.)