Saturdays are dress-up days when Eleanor Sue
Climbs out the window . . . Tiptoes over to the front door . . . And rings the doorbell.
When her mother answers, she doesn’t see Eleanor Sue. She sees
A cranky old neighbor. Or a hungry witch. Or a white-bearded wizard.
Eleanor Sue is a master of disguise, but when her mother gets in on the act, along with Grandma, anything can happen in this whimsical picture book by award-winning author/illustrator Tricia Tusa.--from the publisher
32 pages 978-1250143235 Ages 3-7
Keywords: childhood, imagination, fun, play, multigenerational, 3 year old, 4 year old, 5 year old, dress up, mothers, mothers/daughters
How lovely to find a book that is full of fun, childhood imagination, and a grand sharing of the sense of play. This is a gentle and highly playful about a little girl who loves to dress up and surprise her family especially her mother. Utterly delightful when the mother and her mother get in the game. Maybe this one will inspire a few children and adults to set down their screens for a moment and submerse themselves in a world of their own imaginations and self-made fun.
Recommended by: Barb Langridge, abookandahug.com