Penelope Pratt's Hatsby Amy Kron Lipson
Miss Penelope Pratt had simply too many hats! That is, of course, because Penelope just LOVED the feeling she had when surrounded by all of her colorful, fun, frilly - if not silly - funky hats. So much so, that she continued to design more and more of these incredible masterpieces. As her hat collection grew
Too much of a good thing gets Penelope Pratt in a pickle!
Miss Penelope Pratt had simply too many hats! That is, of course, because Penelope just LOVED the feeling she had when surrounded by all of her colorful, fun, frilly - if not silly - funky hats. So much so, that she continued to design more and more of these incredible masterpieces. As her hat collection grew, and grew, and grew and grew, Penelope found herself a prisoner of her own creations. What's a girl to do when smothered by a mountain of hats? What happens when you have too much of a good thing? Well...
Attached as she was to her whimsical hats, Penelope came up with the same solution any wacky, giddy, dizzy, zany, brainy girl would when deciding which one to wear - she scooped them up and wore ALL her hats at once! That's a lot easier said than done!
Imagine what happens when Miss Penelope Pratt "goes public" with her wild assortment of hilariously handsome hats! Find out how she solves her developing dilemma with dogged drive and dynamic determination.
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- 8.00(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.25(d)
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What a fun, animated story! And the cadence is utterly enjoyable. The story just flows from page to page, leaving the reader curious to know what happens next. This book is a gem - a great gift for any kid - either to read themselves or for very young children to be read to. Love it!!!
Penelope Pratt's Hats is an absolutely adorable story filled with rhyme and alliteration that speaks to what not happen when a passion turns into an obsession. This story is fun, whimsical, and filled with both colorful images and ideas, as well as a great teaching tool on how to turn a dilemma into a solution - while having a blast along the way! I highly recommend this book for both very young children who need to be read to, as well as to elementary school kids to read on their own!