Millie\'s Marvellous Hat
Book Summary of Millie\'s Marvellous Hat
About the Author
Satoshi Kitamura was born in Tokyo and worked in advertising there before moving to London in 1980. He won the Mother Goose Award for Angry Arthur and he is now one of the most distinguished illustrators in Britain, having created over 20 books for children.
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Few artists are able to bring the creative force of imagination to life with such verve and vim as Satoshi Kitamura. Vibrant, colourful and pleasingly stylised, this is a wonderful life-affirming story told in an unsentimental style.,This book takes you on a sunny walk through streets, parks and interiors, and leads you to emphathise, to learn that you might affect other people's moods and to appreciate individuality.,Kitamura is one of the world's most original and stylish children's illustrators
Details of Book: Millie\'s Marvellous Hat (BSID:5006)
|Book||Millie\'s Marvellous Hat|
|Publisher||Random House Uk|
|Number of Pages||32|
|Dimensions||11.02 x 9.06 x 0.16 inches|
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This was a colorfully illustrated book on the power of imagination and creativity by Satoshi Kitamura. Young Millie longingly admires several chapeaus in the window of a hat store, but has her heart set on one with lots of feathers. She informs the shopkeeper of her choice, tries on the hat and w...
Walking by a hat store, Millie is quite taken with a feathered hat she sees in the window. She tries it on, only to discover that it's too expensive! Luckily the man behind the counter has the perfect hat, it can be any size, shape, or color, you just have to imagine it. So Millie takes the invis...
When Millie cannot afford the wonderful hat she sees in the store window, the salesman "sells" her an imaginary hat that becomes a peacock, a cake, a fountain, and other things on her walk home, where she realizes that "Everyone has their very own marvellous hat." I love this story, and the wonde...
Millie doesn't have money for a hat, but makes an even grander hat through using her imagination. Nicely written, and well illustrated. Could be fun for Story Times....
Millie wants to buy a hat, but she has a problem. Her funds are limited. She has no money for hat. Luckily for her, the hat maker has an imagination. He sells her a hat she can afford and Millie has not one hat but hundreds.What I thought: Another great book about the power of imagination. The il...
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