Taylor loved her tutu and wore it all the time, day and night. She wore it to school and she wore it in the pool, much to the mild annoyance and amusement of her friends and family. Will she "ever" give up that tutu?
With style and humor, this charming board book addresses young children's attachments to specific articles of clothing. Hiroe Nakata's playful illustrations are the perfect complement to Michelle Sinclair Colman's lively rhyming text. And the cover features a tulle tutu.
About the Author
MICHELLE SINCLAIR COLMAN is the author of the Urban Babies Wear Black series, which she was inspired to create after the birth of her first child. Now, after a move from Chicago to New York, Michelle draws her inspiration from her two children. Michelle lives in Waccabuc, New York.
HIROE NAKATA grew up in Japan, where she was encouraged in her drawing by her grandfather, a painter. She moved to the United States when she was 16 and is a graduate of the Parsons School of Design. She has illustrated numerous children's books and lives in Brooklyn, NY.