Review: Trevor and Me by Yuno, Illustrations by Liuba Syrotiuk

Goodreads Blurb

Trevor and Me defies the boundaries of age, gender and race. It is a heartwarming story about reincarnation based on the real-life friendship between an elderly Caucasian man and a young Asian girl. As Trevor’s health starts to decline and he prepares to die, he promises to always be with the girl even after he’s gone. Trevor dies and the girl is filled with grief until one day she begins to receive signs to let her know Trevor is and always will be with her.

My Review: Rated 5 out of 5 stars

A story of friendship between two amazing friends regardless of age. A heartwarming story that we all can relate to. A friendship arrives when you most need it. Time spent with your friends or family members are moments you will hold in your heart always. Trevor could have been her grandfather, but the fun and enjoyment they had was precious. They had a great connection and had things in common that they enjoyed together. This was a very touching story that makes you think of your loved ones and how you should cherish every moment with them.

Our love ones at times need to leave us early and they might not be there in person, but they sure are there in spirit. I loved that Yuno shared her beautiful friendship she had with Trevor with the whole world. Excellent book to help children understand that sometimes our friends and family might need to leave forever, but will be here in spirit. I enjoyed the colorful illustrations. Thank you Juno for allowing me to read your amazing story.

Author Biography

Image is from Yuno’s page

Yuno Imai is a best-selling children’s book author and Japanese writer based in Los Angeles. She specializes in writing heartwarming stories that help readers cope with death or develop a healthy understanding of difficult subjects.

Instagram: @yunobook (

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