A cozy story of a wintertime friendship between an Inuit girl and a polar bear. Filled with gorgeous illustrations. You’ll want to curl up with this winter book.
— Martha Cornwell
As Miki the polar bear romps in the snow, he spots a bright red dot far off in the distance. It turns out to be . . . a little girl with a twinkly face and gurgling laugh Now Miki has someone to play with. Together the brand-new friends toss snowballs, have icy adventures, and eventually find their way home to snuggle with their mothers. Wonderfully sweet and spare illustrations capture a wintertime friendship in this warm picture book.
About the Author
Corrinne Averiss has written two other children's books: Floss is the Playground Boss and The Boy on the Bench (both Egmont). She lives in Manchester, England. Fiona Woodcock is a full-time illustrator who works on animated films, commercials, and stationery. She is the author and illustrator of Hiding Heidi (Simon & Schuster UK) and she lives in London.