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If you're in the mood for a book or two about unusual friendships, here's the reading list for you!
If you love the classics:
Curious George: Who knew a man in a yellow hat and a monkey could be pals? Curious George stands the test of time.
Charlotte's Web: Always a tear jerker, your kid will spend the rest of their life searching for a relationship as meaningful as Wilbur and Charlotte's.
Winnie the Pooh: The hundred acre wood is full of unusual friendships. Bears who love pigs, a boy who love bears, and a tigger that might love himself the most.
Stories from BACT season's past:
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James and the Giant Peach: The musical was composed by this year's Oscar winners, Pasek and Paul, but the book is a Dahl staple, perfect for those who aren't scared of the creepy and crawly. Not for those who have a fear of their own family.
Elephant and Piggy: Like many animal tales, this series reminds us that there's nothing strange about the bond between a cautious elephant and care-free pig.
Ivy and Bean: Ivy is a little Berkeley, Bean is a tomboy at heart. They couldn't be more different, but that doesn't stop these girls from a world of adventures. The perfect way remind your child to not judge their neighbor by their quirkiness.
For poetry lovers:
The Giving Tree: This beloved tale from kid-favorite Shel Silverstein has spent over half a century teaching the beauty of the life cycle, while reminding us all to go outside and hug a tree.
Less talked about friendships:
Archy and Mehitabel: Because cockroaches and cats can be friends, especially when the cat's on her ninth life, and the roach is Cleopatra's latest reincarnation. About as old as most cockroaches, this story has been around since 1916!
Flora and Ulysses: The unlikely friendship of a girl and a supercharged squirrel she rescued from a vacuum. One of the quirkier tales from Kate DiCamillo. What's not to love?