Wanda's Freckles

By Barbara Azore; Georgia Graham (Illustrator)
Tundra Books (NY), Paperback, 9781770493087, 24pp.

Publication Date: May 8, 2012

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Wanda has freckles. Lots and lots of freckles. They make her feel special, until the day in the park when a group of boys point, laugh, and tease her for having spots. All of a sudden, the freckles she d liked become a problem. What can she do? Wanda decides that there's only one thing: make her freckles disappear altogether
At a time when there's pressure to conform to someone else's idea of perfection, this playful story has an important message: individuality and self-acceptance are to be celebrated. In this poignant and playful sequel to Wanda and the Wild Hair and Wanda and the Frogs, the ever-resourceful Wanda puts her imagination to work to try to come to peace with those troublesome freckles once and for all.
The critically acclaimed author/illustrator team of Barbara Azore and Georgia Graham bring another Wanda adventure to life with humor and wisdom.

"From the Hardcover edition.

About the Author
Artist, Author and Illustrator Georgia Graham was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta. She loved drawing as long as she can remember and has been hooked on chalk pastels since her mom gave her a set when she was in grade four. She graduated from the Alberta College of Art in 1982 where she studied Visual Communication. She first used her art for children by drawing pictures for her Sunday School class while telling Bible stories. Since then she has been slowly developing her illustrating skills.

Praise For Wanda's Freckles

Praise for Wanda's Freckles:
“…flamboyant, lively illustrations. Everything in the pictures seems to be in motion.” —School Library Journal
“…will charm and appeal to kids everywhere who have felt the sting of peer rejection for personal differences.”
The Midwest Book Review

Praise for Wanda and the Frogs:
“. . . perfect for a read-aloud tie-in to a unit on frogs or a frog-themed story hour. . . . A neat addition for spring.”
School Library Journal

Praise for Wanda and the Wild Hair:
“. . . an engaging heroine . . . Georgia Graham’s chalk and pastel illustrations capture Wanda’s quirky personality and zany escapades very effectively.”
Quill and Quire

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