A boy describes the many fun things he and his friend, Victor, enjoy doing together such as creating cloud pictures, making up scary stories, telling jokes, swimming, riding rollercoasters, playing ball, blowing bubbles, eating ice cream, fishing, and generally, just enjoying their time together like any friends. Illustrations show the two friends engaged in many activities. The reader does not learn until the last page of the book that Victor is seated in a wheelchair. Although this is probably meant to demonstrate self-sufficiency and independence, in terms of a contemporary disability identity stance, Victor’s identity as a child with a disability has been lessened. Notwithstanding, the overall message from this book is that friendship is not limited by physical ability and that true friends accept each other for who they are inside. Recommended for older elementary and intermediate age children. A bilingual text (English and Spanish) adds value to the book by introducing children to other languages and cultures.