Samanthaby Ellen Stoll Walsh
The author of You Silly Goose tells the tale of a little girl, Samantha, who wishes for a fairy godmother to protect her from her bigger, rougher older brothers and sisters. When her godmother finally appears, Samantha finds safe haven under her wings. She watches the others run and play and wonders if maybe she's a little
The individuality possible in mice formed from torn, highly textured brown paper is surprising, and the contrasting soft blue of the fairy godmother works well. Reminiscent of Leo Lionni's minimalist fare, this personable piece will find an audience in all toddlers taking their first timid steps toward independence.
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