A sculptor named Pyg carves a statue of a goddess so beautiful, so perfect, that he falls head over heels in love with her. He buys her gifts, tells her stories, and wishes with all his heart she were a real, live woman. The trouble with wishes is . . . sometimes they come true!
Diane Stanley's lively prose and vivid illustrations bring this funny and warm tale of misguided love to life as Pyg learns what a true companion is really made of.
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One day Pyg tackles a new marble block, working for weeks on a statue of a beautiful, perfect goddess, which Jane finds “pretty amazing” and “amazingly pretty.” However, when the statue is finished, Pyg becomes so enamored with it that he stops working and does nothing but admire it all day.| Read Full Review of The Trouble with Wishes