Picture Book Month: Imagination

21 Nov

21A young girl is creative and imaginative, so when she decides to build a magnificent thing, she doesn’t give it another thought, that is, until her first try doesn’t work, her second try doesn’t work either and soon she’s become frustrated and upset that she can’t build the most magnificent thing that she can see so clearly in her mind. But, when her adorable assistant/puppy suggests a walk, the little girl sees that each of her failed projects has one part that might just work. This is a story of imagination, determination and learning that sometimes not making something the way you want it to be leads to making something magnificent.

Title: The Most Magnificent Thing
Author: Ashley Spires
Publisher: Kids Can Press
Publication Date: April 1, 2014


PBMBADGE-AMBASSADOR-FBYou’ll be seeing a lot of picture books on my blog throughout the month of November as we celebrate Picture Book Month.  You’ll definitely want to check out the website as picture book authors and illustrators will be posting an essay each day about the importance of picture books!  Check back daily for some great picture books surrounding a specific theme.

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