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Frieda B. Herself

May 19, 2010

Frieda B. Herself
written by Renata Bowers, illustrated by Michael Chesworth
Picture Book

Can you get any cuter title than Frieda B. Herself?

Frieda is the world’s biggest dreamer and her dreams are colorful and imaginative.

“So she dreams her dreams big, some as big as the ocean, and fills them with color and music and motion.”

Until one summer night . . .

“Frieda found that she hadn’t one dream in her head.”

Had she outgrown her imagination?

Find out how Frieda B. finds her imagination again! Frieda B. Herself inspires imagination and dreams. It’d be a great addition to your picture book library.

Book Play: Create your own imaginary friend, if you don’t have one already. Draw a picture of your friend(s). Invite them to go for a walk. Do they like to do what you do? What are they like on the walk? Naughty? Scared? Friendly? Shy? Older kids — write a story about taking a walk with your new friend.

WIN a copy of Frieda B. Herself! E-mail your name to with “Frieda B. Herself” in the subject line. We will randomly select one lucky winner to receive a signed copy of the book. Deadline for entry is midnight MST on May 30, 2010.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 20, 2010 4:43 pm

    This book sounds adorable!


  1. Imagination is More than Child's Play

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