Kimmy's Marvelous Wind-Catching Wonder by Linda Glaser

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The afterword for adults about gumption, decision-making, and leadership seems overdone, but it may be useful for some. Notably absent are instructions for making kites. An upbeat esteem booster and discussion starter.
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Kimmy’s got gumption—not that she knows that. What Kimmy knows is that she wants to make her very own kite, but everyone around he says she can’t do it. Kimmy cuts and pastes with paper and ribbons all morning long until her creation is complete. But will it fly? And what will her friends think if it doesn’t? Despite any doubt, Kimmy sets her sights as high as the sky.

Linda Glaser is an early childhood educator who has published thirty children's books.

Rachael Balsaitis has illustrated several books, including Mama Loved to Worry and Annie’s Plaid Shirt.

 

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Linda Glaser's grandparents emigrated from eastern Europe in the late 1800's to New York City, where they first saw the huge statue.Also the author of the immigrant novel, BRIDGE TO AMERICA, Ms. Glaser lives in Duluth, MN. Krupinski has illustrated many beautiful books for children.
 
Published March 21, 2017 by Redleaf Lane. 32 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Mar 28 2017

The afterword for adults about gumption, decision-making, and leadership seems overdone, but it may be useful for some. Notably absent are instructions for making kites. An upbeat esteem booster and discussion starter.

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