Flower Girl by Kathy Furgang

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Not every girl wants to be a flower girl! While playing hide-and-seek at Grandma's house, Anna overhears a conversation about Aunt Julie's wedding, and learns that she's supposed to be the flower girl. Oh no! There's nothing fun about weddings. Anna would much rather go swimming or ride her bike. But when she follows everyone up to the attic and sees them pulling out old gowns, veils, and photos, she's enchanted. Anna even begins imagining what her own wedding might be like.

Illustrated in Harley Jessup's bold palette and with his original perspectives, Flower Girl will be a favorite for reading again and again.

About Kathy Furgang

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Kathy Furgang is a writer and editor who lives with her husband and young son in New York City, New York. Harley Jessup is a production designer for Pixar Animation Studios. His most recent project was the popular feature film, Monsters, Inc. He received an Academy Award for his work on the film Innerspace. He lives with his family in Kentfield, California.
Published March 24, 2003 by Viking Juvenile. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction, Education & Reference, Crafts, Hobbies & Home. Fiction

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Anna overhears that she is to be a flower girl and takes an instant dislike to the idea.

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Everyone assumes that Anna, the narrator of this slice-of-life story, will be thrilled by the dress-up pageantry of participating in a wedding.

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