Lexi the squirrel doesn't trust humans. After all, it was a human who abandoned PeeWee the guinea pig in Central Park. So Lexi is outraged when a strange-looking man swipes the apple that the friends were about to eat. But when the stranger rescues PeeWee from the jaws of a dog, Lexi has a change of heart. Can two rodents make a difference in the life of a man living hungry and friendless in Central Park? Welcome back the street-smart squirrel and the well-read guinea pig in this stand-alone companion to PeeWee's Tale, which Publishers Weekly called "humorous and insightful."
About the Author
Patience Brewster has illustrated more than 30 books for children, including Bear's Christmas Surprise and Queen of May. Ms. Brewster lives in Skaneateles, New York.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Lexi¿s Tale was fantastic. It was about Lexi and PeeWee helping a man in the park who lost his relatives for days get something to eat. One of the most interesting parts was when Lexi and PeeWee were trying to help him by trying to give him a wallet. I liked the illustrations because they are cute. It was funny when Lexi told PeeWee what his mother would say. My favorite part was at the end when Stefan brought another guinea pig to the park because earlier in the book PeeWee said he wanted another guinea pig to live in the park. Lexi¿s Tale was a great book. -- C.G.F.
this book is very interesting. its about how a squirrel and a guinea pig help a lost man find his family.i highly reccomened this book and any other book written by johanna hurwitz.