Fred and Ginger have completely different personalities, but they both love to dance. However, whenever they dance together, they get all tangled up, so they decide to find the best way to dance with each other.
Fred and Ginger are good friends. They live together, but have their own particular ways. Fred likes to be neat and tidy, while Ginger is always tripping on threads of wool and cardboard boxes. Despite their differences, they share one thing in common: dancing! But every time they dance together, their arms and legs go all over the place, and they get tangled up. Eventually they decide to try lots of different dances, to try and find the best dance for them both.
What happens when two people with completely different habits and personalities, but similar interests, become friends? Author Chang Ting-Yu’s simple but profound storyline, with its lively illustrations, tells children that there can be conflict and differences within a friendship, but the most important thing is to accept each other’s differences and support each other.