Chester and Wilson have their own way of doing things, and they do everything together. When they cut their sandwiches, it is always diagonally. When they ride their bikes, they always use hand signals. If Chester is hungry, Wilson is hungry, too. They are two of a kind, and that's the way they like it — until indomitable Lilly, who has her own way of doing things, moves into the neighborhood.
"Henkes's vision of friendship captures the essence of the childlike...every sentence is either downright funny or dense with playful, deadpan humor....Behind each book is a wide-open heart...that makes all of Henkes's books, and especially this one, of special value to children." — Publishers Weekly.