"Is there a day for daughters like the one for mothers?" Phyllis Mae asks. There is! Her grandmother says that Daughter's Day is right around the corner. Phyllis Mae can't wait! Nana will make banana pancakes, teach Phyllis Mae to whistle, and help her make a new puppet. Mama will come home from work early. And Phyllis Mae's little brother will behave for once. Phyllis Mae is sure that Daughter's Day will be perfect. After all, what could go wrong on a day meant just for her?
"Van Wright and Hu's extraordinarily lifelike watercolors are beautifully rendered." (Kirkus Reviews )
"Children will connect with Phyllis Mae's longing to be noticed and feel gratified." (Booklist)