How do you paint the color of laughter, or the flutter of birds, or the whimsy of the wind? Lucy, a thoughtful girl with a brush, a smock, and a sassy cat, is determined to find out. But after a snide rabbit appears with his own opinion of what Lucy should paint, the young artist’s confidence is shaken. And worst of all, the rabbit isn’t the only visitor keen to make their voice heard.
Acclaimed author-illustrator Eugenie Fernandes delivers a rich picture book about the value of independence and self-expression
About the Author
Eugenie Fernandes is one of the most prolific minds in children’s publishing. She grew up in Long Island, New York and traces her creativity to a childhood spent enjoying nature. Her works include A Cat Adrift and A Cat in a Kayak, both featuring the recurring character Teelo the Cat. She lives with her husband in Peterborough, Ontario.