About the Author
Diane Lang is a volunteer wildlife educator who leads programs at two wildlife centers in Northern California and one in Southern California. Previously she ran classroom programs for a library, was on the publications staff at Caltech, and wrote newsletters and raised puppies for Guide Dogs of America. She lives in Alamo, California, with her husband, two rats, a parakeet, and a tarantula. She claims, as well, the hummingbirds that visit the bird feeder and the squirrels that scamper through the trees. Learn more about Diane at dianelang.net.
Lauren Gallegos earned a BFA in Illustration from Cal State Fullerton in 2009 and has been a member of the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators (SCBWI) since 2008. In the few short years since art school she has already illustrated several children's books and has plans for many more. She lives with her husband in Brea, California. See more of her work at laurengallegos.com.
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They scuttle, slither, buzz, and crawl; They get no praise or love at all, But is there someone who will send A note that says, "You have a friend?