This work is a beautifully evocative and ambiguous wordless depiction of a treehouse in different scenes, times, and environments. The treehouse stands in a body of water. A polar bear approaches it and seeks shelter upon it; on the next page, a brown bear joins it. The rest of the story depicts the bond between the two bears as seasons change on the treehouse. Flamingos, rhinos, and pandas all come and go as the world changes around the two bears, but the treehouse remains their home. Although the themes present in this text are implicit compared to other examples in the corpus, this work is a compelling and stirring representation of home, belonging, and celebration of diversity. 8-11 year old readers will find this work endearingly relatable and magical in its composition.