Not every girl wants to be a flower girl! While playing hide-and-seek at Grandma's house, Anna overhears a conversation about Aunt Julie's wedding, and learns that she's supposed to be the flower girl. Oh no! There's nothing fun about weddings. Anna would much rather go swimming or ride her bike. But when she follows everyone up to the attic and sees them pulling out old gowns, veils, and photos, she's enchanted. Anna even begins imagining what her own wedding might be like.
Illustrated in Harley Jessup's bold palette and with his original perspectives, Flower Girl will be a favorite for reading again and again.
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Anna doesn't want to be a flower girl in her Aunt Julie's wedding. She tries to hide in the attic. Her Grandma, Mama, and Aunt Julie go to the attic. Anna comes out and tries on the veil and gloves from her grandma's wedding. She didn't want to be a flower girl, but then changed her mind. In the end, she runs outside to play, and decides it is ok to be a llower girl. I like the pictures.