Pammy and Wyatt are very good friends. They play together every day and they always have fun! They play parade, where Pammy is always the Queen--and Wyatt pulls the float. They play school, where Pammy is always the teacher--and Wyatt has to raise his hand to talk. And when they go on the tree swing, Wyatt always has to push. Well, maybe it's t always so much fun for Wyatt! When is it Wyatt's turn? And, when Wyatt decides he doesn't want to play anymore, what will Pammy do? These two adorable animal friends explore very familiar kid territory--learning to take turns--in a delightful picture book.
Laura Rankin's picture books include Ruthie and the (Not So) Very Busy Day, Ruthie and the (Not So) Teeny Tiny Lie, Fluffy and Baron, and The Handmade Alphabet, as well as Rabbit Ears and No Babysitters Allowed, both writtenby Amber Stewart. She has also illustrated the Harriet Bean mysteries by Alexander McCall Smith. She lives in Maryland.