Published by Dial Books
Summary: Is it a mistake or an opportunity to be creative? When an artist draws a girl with two different-sized eyes, glasses fix the problem. When her feet don’t quite meet the ground in the picture, the addition of a pair of roller skates makes it look better. A strange frog-cat-cow animal becomes a nice-looking bush. Before long, the page is filled with an imaginative collection of people and animals doing all kinds of activities in a gigantic tree house. Gradually, the artist moves away from the scene until it appears to be incorporated into the glasses girl’s head…and that girl is starting all over with a new picture. 56 pages; ages 4-8.
Pros: The beautiful and intricate illustrations convey the message that it’s okay to make mistakes. There is always a way to fix them, often making the new product better than the original.
Cons: I found the last few pages confusing.