This is author/photographer Tracy Leshay's debut book. As a rhyming fairy tale, it teaches that patience is needed when around those learning to share. In this humorous taking-turns-tale of woe, Phoebe is determined to get along with her little sister Audrey. She follows the advice of a helpful fairy, but it's a mean-hot summer, and temperatures and tempers are running high. Phoebe will need more than a day to make her sister share; tme will pass and seasons will change. Eventually, Phoebe and Audrey do magically share, but until then, SHE YELLED. I SCREAMED...SHE PULLED MY HAIR! This universal story gets to the heart of how one learns to share. If you want a turn playing with the toy teapot, car, or bike, persistence, politeness, and patience will be needed. A photographic series of Tracy Leshay's daughter's hair inspired this modern-day fairy tale. Leshay's words provide a learning-to-share tool, but her 35mm pictures create a unique art-book experience. Phoebe and Audrey seem real with real issues - ones that every child experiences. The visuals make the story enjoyable to eyes of all ages, while the topic and the telling make it just perfect for those ages 3-8.