“It conveys a powerful message about the value of family and how to treat the people you love. An outstanding and classic option for every picture book shelf. —Starred Review, School Library Journal
When a small creature shows up at Otto, the squirrel’s door, he is completely satisfied living by himself in his treehouse in the forest. Otto welcomes the inquisitive tiny Pio inside, but soon Pio consumes all the hazelnuts, occupies the entire bed, and just keeps growing! Otto is initially frustrated until he realizes that his new acquaintance makes his house much happier.
Award-winning novelist and illustrator Marianne Dubuc created a heartwarming story about finding family and friends when you least expect it and need them the most.”