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Nutmeg and Barley: A Budding Friendship

by Janie Bynum

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two opposite personalities find common ground and great friendship begins
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Not extraordinary, but sweet. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0763623822, Hardcover)

An exuberant squirrel and a shy mouse discover that reaching out to someone who's not like you may be challenging, but can yield some surprising rewards.

Halfway up an old pecan tree lives Nutmeg, a chatty red squirrel who loves bright sunshine, gossiping with friends, and most of all, dancing. Burrowing below in a hollow log is Barley, an unsociable gray mouse who prefers cool shade, playing solitaire, and most of all, relaxing at the end of the day with a little music. What could these neighbors possibly have in common? Luckily, an unexpected development leads to an unlikely friendship in this charming story about bridging differences with kindness, thoughtfulness — and the help of a few lively tunes.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:53 -0400)

Neighbors Nutmeg the squirrel and Barley the mouse believe that they have nothing in common until an emergency forces them to discover surprising things about each other.

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