Too Purpley!

Bloomsbury USA, 19 janv. 2010 - 32 pages
23 Avis

Too purpley, too tickly, too puckery, too prickly!

There is not a single outfit in the closet that our little fashion plate wants to wear. She tries on everything, but nothing is quite right. And the outfits are getting wilder by the minute!

It's a scene that is all too familiar to parents, wrapped up in a package that is all too difficult to resist: a playful rhyme scheme and colorful, textile-driven art.

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The illustrations were dynamic and entertaining. - Goodreads
But the ending was--a Major disappointment. - Goodreads
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This book is about a little girl who tries on a lot of different clothes, but doesn't choose to wear any of them because they were “too” something. Too purpley, too scratchy, too zippery, etc. Until ... Consulter l'avis complet

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This book was perfect for my picky girl who is 3. She laughed and read again and again. I returned to the library, but she cried for it. Consulter l'avis complet

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À propos de l'auteur (2010)

Author Jean Reidy's been told that a naughty little kid lurks somewhere inside her - and she takes that as a high compliment. She writes from her home in Greenwood Village, Colorado where she lives with her husband, Mike. She has four children and hoards of nieces and nephews who provide her endless inspiration. Too Purpley! was her first picture book. Please visit her at

Geneviève Leloup studied graphic arts, animation, and printing in Belgium where she was born. Her whimsical illustrations have highlighted editorial articles, paper products, ads, packaging, children's furniture, and textiles (including lots of children's clothes), but this is her very first picture book. She lives in Brooklyn, NY.

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