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I'll Meet You Halfway by John Schindel
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I'll Meet You Halfway

by John Schindel

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This was one of my favorite books as a kid, I read it all the time and named one of my stuffed animals after the frog. It's a really cute story about friendship. ( )
  locriian | Oct 27, 2014 |
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Titus Turtle and Fuller Frog are best friends, but they haven't seen each other in a long time. So they agree to meet halfway between their homes. Each is carrying a gift for the other, but as the friends get closer to each other, they never realize that their gifts are being ruined. But friendship triumphs in the end when each realizes that a friend is the best gift of all. Full color.

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After not seeing one another for a long time, two friends, Titus Turtle and Fuller Frog, each bring a special gift when they set out to meet for a reunion.

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