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Seven Footer Press, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 48 pages
5 Reviews
Stunning in its simplicity and grace, Mirror is visual tour-de-force that requires no words to tell its universal tale. Author and illustrator Suzy Lee masterfully creates a world where a little girl explores and dances -- at first cautiously, later exuberantly -- with her reflection in the mirror. When discord between the girl and her reflection surfaces, Lee's unforgettable story provides a gentle reminder that our actions have consequences. A beautiful book sure to be embraced by the many fans of Wave, Suzy Lee's Mirror strengthens her growing reputation as one of the most exciting new authors to watch.

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User Review  - johannai - LibraryThing

This book is dark and ends quite sadly - warning. That said, I think it is a very well illustrated and interesting book. It is cool and well done. Perhaps not for the "faint-of-heart" or very young children. Certainly read before you read with children and know your audience. Read full review

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User Review  - bcelaya - LibraryThing

This wordless story begins with a sad little girl who discovers a mirror. Everything she does, the mirror reflects back. She makes funny faces, she dances, and she plays. Then, the girl and her ... Read full review

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