Nobody is proud of her shiny new footwear as this little girl, who bounces and dances her way through a magical adventure that only two, new, blue shoes can find.
Author, Sally Fitz-Gibbon has captured her heart of a child in this roller-coaster ride of a story. Her verse sings off the page in a lilting rhythm that will get little feet tapping away in time. New Jersey artist Farida Zaman uses New York’s Central Park as a backdrop for her lively illustrations, an irresistible blend of warmly familiar and ever-s-slightly absurd.
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“Mustn’t stop to talk, shoes, / Got too far to walk, shoes!” Fitz-Gibbon’s playful blend of realism and ingenious flights of fancy are infectious.| Read Full Review of Two Shoes, Blue Shoes, New Shoes
Her paintings portray the realistic, exciting bustle of urban life (where grownups in short skirts and high heels stop at a coffee cart on the way to work) as adeptly as the gleefully improbable scenarios of the heroine's imagination (hitching a ride with a blue whale in a city park pond).| Read Full Review of Two Shoes, Blue Shoes, New Shoes