New York Times bestselling author Kelly DiPucchio presents how two friends with very different perspectives learn how to see eye to eye.
Mouse and Giraffe don't agree on anything.
They live on the same street, but their experiences couldn't be more different. On sunny days, Mouse is comfortable in the shade, while Giraffe is so tall, he overheats in the sun. On rainy days, Giraffe is dry above the clouds, while Mouse gets stuck in the storm. What will it take for Mouse and Giraffe to learn that perspective is all about walking in someone else's shoes?
New York Times bestselling author Kelly DiPuccio and celebrated illustrator Jen Corace have created a relatable tale about two unlikely friends who finally see eye to eye.
About the Author
Kelly DiPucchio is an award-winning author of several children's books, including the New York Times bestsellers Grace for President and The Sandwich Swap, a book co-authored by Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah of Jordan. She is also the auhtor of Not Yeti, illustrated by Claire Keane. Please visit her at KellyDiPucchio.com.
Jen Corace is the illustrator of many bestselling books for children, including Little Pea by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and House Finds a Home by Katy S. Duffield. She has a BFA in illustration from Rhode Island School of Design, and she lives and works in Providence, Rhode Island. Please visit her at JenCorace.com.
"A thought-provoking exploration of understanding differences." —Kirkus Reviews
"Neighbors Giraffe and Mouse learn the art of appreciating another's perspective in this humorous look at empathy." —Publishers Weekly
"With a light touch, DiPucchio’s entertaining tale addresses themes of perspective and the biases that can come with personal experience." —The Horn Book