One little doodle girl takes control of her own creative destiny in this funny and imaginative book perfect for fans of Harold and the Purple Crayon!
Penny lives on a plain piece of paper, with just one problem—she’s bored. There’s nothing to do, no one to talk to, not a single way to keep herself entertained! Not one to wallow, Penny makes a decision: it’s high time she ventured out into the world and explored other types of paper.
But when she’s not serious enough for the newspaper, not angular enough for the graph paper, and not repetitive enough for the wrapping paper, Penny doesn’t know where she belongs. With some help from the friends she’s met along her journey, though, she comes up with the perfect paper plan for herself.
In this fun and funny book about fitting in and finding home, imagination wins the day!
Miri Leshem-Pelly (mirileshembooks.com) has always been fascinated by stories, both reading them and telling them. The author and illustrator of fourteen books, most published in Hebrew, she lives in Hadera, Israel, with her husband and two children. Follow her on Twitter @MiriLeshem.