From Good Morning America anchor Amy Robach and her husband, actor Andrew Shue comes a sweet tale about finding common ground and accepting and appreciating each others' differences.
When a big thunderstorm shakes their woodland home, the Squirrelly family must flee their nest for a hollow in an oak tree. To their surprise, the McMunk family had the exact same idea. This family of squirrels and a family of chipmunks must find ways to live together--which isn't always easy since they come from different backgrounds. But after some important lessons in compromise, the Squirrellys and the McMunks realize that life is better together as the McSquirrelies.
Amy Robach and Andrew Shue have been married since 2010 and have five children from previous marriages; they have been raising a blended family together for more than a decade. Amy is an Emmy Award-winning journalist and currently the co-anchor of ABC News's GMA3: What You Need to Know. She reports for Good Morning America, co-anchors ABC News's 20/20, and reports across ABC News platforms. She is also a New York Times bestselling author for the autobiography Better. Andrew is an Emmy Award-winning actor, well-known for his role as Billy Campbell on Melrose Place. He is also the co-founder of CafeMedia and two philanthropic organizations, Do Something and The People.
Lenny Wen was born and grew up in Jakarta, Indonesia. She now lives in the countryside of Austria, surrounded by nature and a castle. Since she was a kid, Lenny has loved storytelling and drawing. When she is not illustrating, she might be found staring at trees, contemplating story ideas, or hugging her Shiba Inu. Visit her online at lennywen.com.
"Simple and sweet."--Kirkus Reviews