"When Carter chooses Oliver for the inaugural flight (though he'd kinda-sorta promised that to his generous helpmates, but forgot there were only two seats), it's a nice gesture, but doesn't exactly—or even remotely—have anything meaningful to say about friendship. (Picture book. 5-8)"
Carter is miffed when his best friend, Oliver, chooses someone else to go to the planetarium on his birthday.
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