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June and August Hardcover – September 1, 2009
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Vivian Walsh's best selling book is, "Olive, the Other Reindeer" it is based on her real life Jack Russell Terrier. Olive is a relentlessly active, determined, well-loved, and sometimes confused lap dog. A description that is fairly shared with the author, and the dog's master, Vivian Walsh.
The goal of this particular author is to write exactly 100 books. Her next title will feature two of the larger creatures in the animal kingdom: a hippo and another hippo.
VW (as her friends call her) lives in sometimes sunny San Francisco with her many children.
Top Customer Reviews
The story is about an elephant and a snake. The elephant takes a look at the snake and asks,
"Are you all trunk, or all tail?"
"I am all me!" says the snake.
The story goes on to point out that snakes and elephants start and end the same way, but in the middle they are very different.
My kids love this idea. It reminds me of something from "The Little Prince." In that book there is a drawing of a line that has a big bump in the middle. Only the children can tell that it is a drawing of a snake that ate an elephant. The adults think that is ridiculous.
and the illustrations are fantastic bringing it all to life.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this book because it has my son's and neice's name in it, June and August. One of the only books I have found with the name August. Read morePublished on September 26, 2010 by Karen Yousse
I absolutely love this book about two critters becoming friends against all odds. The artwork is spectacular and the writing is whimsical and creative. Read morePublished on October 6, 2009 by Tammi Scapter
I have long been a fan of Vivian Walsh's books and think Olive the Other Reindeer rivals The Grinch as one of the best holiday books ever. Read morePublished on September 16, 2009 by James Kaufman