Published: Aladdin 2010
Reasons why I liked this book, and chose it as Book of the Week:
The illustrations are beautiful, fun, and most of all – charming.
Tallulah isn’t what she appears to be. I like how it shows that people are different, on the outside and on the inside.
It’s a good example to show children how others feel when they are singled out, or just don’t fit in.
Tallulah, ruffled dress and all, has a big heart, and isn’t afraid to follow it
Tallulah is brave. She puts aside her own fears to help someone else in need.
She’s set a good example.
The writing captures the authenticity of Tallulah’s voice. It’s strong.
I loved how this book is so full of emotions – from the characters to how the readers reading it will feel.
It’s a feel good story for all, with a really great message.