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Innis and Ernest

An Unlikely Friendship Between Young and Old

Carissa Shillito (Illustrator), Carissa Shillito (Author)

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Innis loves being an only child. He gets to watch TV and play with his cars whenever he wants. Then one day, Ernest, a 90-year-old man, comes to live with his family, and Innis must start sharing his space with someone else. Innis is irritated at first, but he soon learns that he and Ernest have lots in common, and he begins to appreciate Ernest’s stories, silliness, and special treasures. By the end of the story, Innis cannot imagine life without his new best friend.

A heartfelt and humorous picture book about cross-generational friendship, Innis and Ernest reveals the importance of having relationships with senior citizens in our communities. A celebration of life, both young and old, this gentle story is sure to captivate children, parents, and grandparents alike with its vintage illustrations and endearing message.

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Item Number 005837022
Age Max 07
Length 11.3
Language English
Medium Format Hardcover
Contributors Carissa Shillito (Author)|Carissa Shillito (Illustrator)
Publication Date 2022-11-08
Type Fiction
Height 0.4
Width 8.8
Pages 32
Age Min 04
Product Group Books
ISBN13 9781087761787
Publisher B&H Publishing Group
ISBN10 1087761786
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