There she begins using her imagination for creative play, and in the end has a better time than her snowboarding friend while making some important discoveries about herself.
- Addresses the issue of economic diversity sensitively.
Tilbury House Publishers
September 13, 2014
9.1 X 0.4 X 10.1 inches | 0.9 pounds
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About the Author
Laura Pedersen was the youngest columnist for the New York Times. Prior to that she was the youngest person to have a seat on the floor of the American Stock Exchange and wrote her first book, Play Money, about that experience. President Clinton honored Laura as one of Ten Outstanding Young Americans, and she has gone on to write award-winning short stories, nonfiction, and novels. Laura was a shy only child, and as a seventh grader realized that telling funny stories and jokes was a good way to make friends. As an adult, she has performed stand-up comedy and writes material for several well-known comedians. Laura lives in New York City and teaches at the Booker T. Washington Learning Center in East Harlem.
Penny Weber is a mother, wife, cat and dog lover, and artist who loves good books, hockey, and action movies. Her books include On My Way to School, Amazingly Wonderful Things, One of Us, Unplugged, Always Mom-Forever Dad, and Ava's Adventure.