Poppy has the most extraordinary imagination. When she is sent upstairs to clean her room, she just can't help imagining, and suddenly...her imagination literally comes alive. Soon her room is jam-packed with all kinds of weird and wonderful creatures.
There are a few problems, though: the mammoth puts his foot through the floor, and the hungry crocodile thinks Poppy would make a tasty snack. Poppy needs to get rid of all these creatures fast. But how?
"Yarlett renders Poppy as an irrepressible and irresistible ball of energy. There's little difficulty believing she'd conjure up a ghost octopus (or 'ghostopus') given half the chance. The art...is filled with tiny details that also add to the fun, and the creatures' dialogue, spoken in bubbles, will elicit chuckles. Moral of the story: an excess of imagination may get you into trouble, but it's clearly worth it." -- Kirkus Reviews
|Recommended Age||3 - 7|
|Publication Date||Aug 2, 2016|