Dresses and Daydreams - Collection of 5
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Dream a little dream of dresses, colors, and the women who make them their own. This collection brims with the charm of a classic romantic comedy, the elegance of two strong women who changed movies in different ways, and the love of mothers and daughters who make their dreams come true. Throw on your favorite dress—pink polka dots are highly encouraged—and read away!
This collection would likely most appeal to four year-olds and older.
The Dress and the Girl - A little girl and her favorite dress are separated when she and her family emigrate to the United States, until a chance meeting brings them back together in an unexpected way. Kids will love this timeless, elegant story of the immigrant experience and the new lives we create far from home.
I Had a Favorite Dress - A celebration of upcycling! When our heroine's favorite dress gets a little too short, she and her mom turn it into something even better, again and again and again. Kids will love this beautifully illustrated story about breathing new life into our most treasured possessions.
Little Audrey's Daydream - For your tiny My Fair Lady in training! Kids will be mesmerized by this gorgeously illustrated biographical picture book about the life of acclaimed actress, style icon, and humanitarian Audrey Hepburn. Cue up Moon River and enjoy!
The Pink Umbrella - Adele runs a small cafe on the coast of France and is the heart of her little town, but always feels rather down when it rains--that is, until a series of mysterious gifts appear! With all of the charm of a romantic comedy, you and your kids will love this sweet story about generosity, love, and the power of pink polka dots to turn sadness into joy.
Pocketful of Colors - Kids will marvel at the inspiring true story of Mary Blair, one of the first female artists hired by Walt Disney Studios, who pioneered the use of color in animation, advertising, and amusement park rides. It's feminism meets all the colors of the rainbow!