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We Belong Together
written & illustrated by Joyce Wan
Ages: 3-5
Hardcover: 14 pages
Publisher: Cartwheel Books | Scholastic
Published: October 1, 2011
ISBN-10: 0545307406
ISBN-13: 978-0545307406

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Because some things are just better together. An ode to all the pairs that go together as perfectly as a parent and their child, this adorable board book is the perfect companion and follow-up title to the best-selling "You Are My Cupcake".

With a bright palette, irresistible art by Joyce Wan, and spot gloss and embossing on every spread, this is a surprising and imaginative way to show the special bond between parent and child!

Selected for the Society Of Illustrators 2011 Original Art Show, an annual exhibit which showcases the year’s best children’s picture books.


"a board book with a simple message: sometimes love is as simple as peanut butter and jelly -- it's just meant to be. It's a soothing message that the youngest children (and their parents) will appreciate." Cool Mom Picks

"Manga-like characterizations and a chunky, hip design deliver the cuddly sentiment with panache." Publishers Weekly

"These are vivid, densely-colored illustrations, many with pleasing patterns for the wee eye, and as you can see, there’s a lot of pizzazz here. These are short books with embossed illustrations, which baby will want to reach out and touch."  Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast

"This adorable board book shows little ones familiar pairing to convey the message of the connection shared between adult and child in a fun and accessible way. We Belong Together will quickly become a favorite as the perfect board book to share with the little ones in your life." New York Journal of Books

"My son and I have read it several times over the weekend. We like to talk about what else goes together. All on his own he came up with 'him & me!' Thanks for inspiring a wonderful memory."  A Father in Wyoming