Godzilla vs. Kong: Sometimes Friends Fight (But They Always Make Up)
Godzilla vs. Kong: Sometimes Friends Fight (But They Always Make Up) is a American children's board book illustrated by Carol Herring. A tie-in for Godzilla vs. Kong, Insight Kids published it on April 6, 2021.
Making new friends isn’t always easy for kids. That’s equally true for two giant monsters, where small misunderstandings can easily blossom into enormous conflicts. Godzilla vs. Kong: Sometimes Friends Fight (But They Always Make Up) provides tips on how to be a good friend by using these two behemoths to show young kids how to behave in familiar situations . . . but on a much larger scale.
Traveling the world, Godzilla and King Kong demonstrate tenets of friendship. They play with the Eiffel Tower and various military vehicles, meet up with Mechagodzilla near a playground, and use a forest for hide-and-seek and the Gateway Arch as a swingset. Kong helps Godzilla climb the Empire State Building and defuses a fight with a peace sign. Godzilla pulls a tree out of Kong's foot and lights his way with his dorsal fins at night. Holding hands, they walk into the sunset.
Staff role on the left, staff member's name on the right.
- Program developer Kate B. Jerome
- Illustrations by Carol Herring
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