Bogart and Vinnie: A Completely Made-Up Story of True Friendship

bogart-and-vinnie-from-bloomsburyAudrey Vernick has the quintessential dog personality down pat. I don’t know rhinos quite as well, however, they were my favourite animal at age three so I feel qualified to say that Vernick also has the rhino character traits up to snuff. These two unlikely cohorts form “an interspecies friendship” sort of like a “family where one member loves the other and one wants nothing more than to be left alone.”

With Henry Cole‘s expressive illustrations, this book is fun, silly and sure to be read multiple times in any household.

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5 Responses to Bogart and Vinnie: A Completely Made-Up Story of True Friendship

  1. Looks like a fun read.

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