Prudy's Problem and How She Solved it by Carey Armstrong-Ellis

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Most kids collect something. But Prudy collects everything! Her friends and family have lots of ideas about how she can get her collecting problem under control. But Prudy says, "I do not have a problem!" Until the day she tries to add just one more gum wrapper to her shiny things collection...Prudy's ingenious solution: build a museum to house her collections! And so she does (indeed, the book has been published in association with the Prudy Museum of Indescribable Wonderment). This charming debut from a very talented author/illustrator offers a creative conclusion to a problem every parent with a messy child will find familiar! Ages 4-8

About Carey Armstrong-Ellis

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Carey Armstrong-Ellis has been hailed as a "breakout talent" by "Publishers Weekly". Her successful "Seymour Slug Starts School" debuted to rave reviews. Carey lives in Cape Neddick, ME.
Published October 1, 2002 by Harry N. Abrams. 32 pages
Genres: Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Finally, when her bedroom door bursts (a series of wordless vignettes shows an explosion of prized possessions being redistributed across the universe), Prudy hits upon a solution: the Prudy Museum of Indescribable Wonderment.

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