In a world of endless colors, sizes and shapes it's easy to get a little dizzy. But can there ever be order amid the chaos? Join one little girl on her journey to find out just what makes the world a beautiful place to be in. When Frankie begins sorting out her toy box, she decides not to stop there. She organizes her bedroom, her classroom, even the bathroom. Perhaps people can be organized too? But how? Frankie quickly realizes that the variety and diversity of life on Earth is perhaps what makes it the most beautiful of all.
Publisher: Flying Eye Books
Number of pages: 32
Dimensions: 270 x 230 mm
A tender and smart story celebrating the beauty of being unique, while reminding us that we are all part of the same wonderful muddle. - Francesca Sanna, Award-winning creator of The Journey
The illustrations by Emily Rand are what my children's book dreams are made of, with bright bold pages packed with detail. This is definitely a book to pause and point out all the colorful objects with young readers - Mutually Inclusive Books
Delightful illustrations that you'll want to look at over and over! - Lizzy Stewart, award-winning creator of There's a Tiger in the Garden
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