Prudy's Problem and How She Solved it

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Harry N. Abrams, Oct 1, 2002 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
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Most kids collect something. But Prudy collects everything Her friends and family have lots of ideas about how she can get her collecting problem under control. But Prudy says, I do not have a problem Until the day she tries to add just one more gum wrapper to her shiny things collection... Prudy's ingenious solution: build a museum to house her collections And so she does (indeed, the book has been published in association with the Prudy Museum of Indescribable Wonderment). This charming debut from a very talented author/illustrator offers a creative conclusion to a problem every parent with a messy child will find familiar Ages 4-8

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User Review  - klsulliv - LibraryThing

I wonder how many people have collections in the world. Prudy has a collection of all sorts of things. Her collection was so big that her entire room exploded! Prudy's family and friends actually ... Read full review

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User Review  - bsalomon - LibraryThing

Prudy likes to collect everything and her family and friends think she has a problem. Prudy disagrees until finally comes to the realization that she does have too many collections. Her family and ... Read full review

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About the author (2002)

Carey Armstrong-Ellis has been hailed as a "breakout talent" by "Publishers Weekly". Her successful "Seymour Slug Starts School" debuted to rave reviews. Carey lives in Cape Neddick, ME.

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