Millie's Marvellous Hat

Publisher: Andersen Press

Review

Millie loves the colourful hats she sees in the hat shop, but she can't afford to buy one.

Fortunately, the man at the counter has a solution. He sells Millie an imaginary hat that can be any size, shape or colour she wishes - all Millie has to do is imagine.

Millie loves her new hat. On the way home she imagines she is wearing a peacock hat; she passes a bakery and her hat is made of towering cakes; in the park her hat is a fountain.

Millie notices that everyone is wearing their own imaginary hat – even mum and dad.

Full page, colourful illustrations have interesting detail and will spark the imagination in many a school classroom.

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