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by Amy Wummer,Marie Karns

eBook Incredible Peepers of Penelope Budd, The download ISBN: 1586854054
Author: Amy Wummer,Marie Karns
Publisher: Gibbs Smith (August 23, 2005)
Language: English
Pages: 32
ePub: 1490 kb
Fb2: 1793 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Children's Books
Subcategory: Literature and Fiction

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Penelope Budd's story is an engaging and incredible work of seeing the best in any situation, being creative, and positive. In the "Incredible Peepers of Penelope Budd", you will meet a small child who was born with a special and unique characteristic: one blue eye and one brown eye.

Penelope Budd's story is an engaging and incredible work of seeing the best in any situation, being creative, and positive

With one brown eye and one blue eye, the unusual Penelope Budd observes things that others do not see.

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With one brown eye and one blue eye, the unusual Penelope Budd observes things that others do not see.

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The Incredible Peepers of Penelope Budd is a playfully illustrated tale about a child's imagination and her incredible ability to see things just the way they are supposed to be. With one blue eye and one brown eye Penelope Peepers isn't like everyone else. And she doesn't see things the way everyone else does, either. When ordinary folks see a puddle of mud, Penelope's incredible peepers see a rainbow-filled reflecting pool. When Uncle Frank sees weeds, Penelope's incredible peepers see beautiful lemon-colored flowers. "Penelope Budd was born with eyes the color of midnight stars and a shock of black hair that swept across her forehead. But, at three months of age, one eye turned the color of root beer, while the other eye turned as blue as a lake ... Penelope Budd is just the way she's supposed to be. She's unique, and she'll see things no other person will see!" Marie Karns has an MFA in creative writing from American University. She now lives and writes on the Oregon coast, freelancing for magazines and health publications. Her work has appeared in Arthritis Today, Modern Maturity, Ladies Home Journal, and Shape. Amy Wummer has been illustrating children's books for 12 years. She lives in Reading, Pennsylvania, with her husband, Mark, who is also an artist, and their 3 children, Jesse, Maisie, and Adam.
Comments: (6)
SARAND
Suggested reading age for this book says "5 and up" (or 4-8 according to Amazon) but our 2 year old daughter loves this story of Penelope, who has "one eye the color of root beer, the other as blue as a lake". Marie Karns has done a marvelous job of helping kids to see the "glass half full" approach to life, and that there's always a new way to look at things. This is her first book, so here's hoping for many more from her! Amy Wummer's illustrations are wonderful as well.
Cetnan
Penelope Budd's story is an engaging and incredible work of seeing the best in any situation, being creative, and positive. In the "Incredible Peepers of Penelope Budd", you will meet a small child who was born with a special and unique characteristic: one blue eye and one brown eye. This surfaced at 3 months of age; of course the parents get nervous and take her to the doctor who, in turn says, "She's just the way she's supposed to be." Others view her as different, but she herself doesn't notice, as she is going about her warm-hearted, free-spirited, and optimistic day to day living seeing the imaginative and creative aspects of everyday life, while others notice abnormalities.
Would that we could engage in life in this manner and look for life's goodness, as if seeing thru whatever presents itself. Penelope Budd is the "eternal optimist".
Uniquely, both the author, Marie Karns, and one of the four preceding reviewers of this marvelous text have the same characteristics as Penelope: one eye is one color, and the other eye is another color. This would be a great read for the child who feels "different" in the company of others, while pining for acceptance. Great story!
Vut
This is a cute story about seeing the world through your own unique eyes. The illustrations are well done and the story is really positive, but it isn't 'fun' to read over and over because of the wording.
Runehammer
My 2-year-daughter and I both love this book. I must say I am partial to it because I, like the title character and author, have two different colored eyes. I have never seen a children's book on this topic and when I saw this one I was so excited. My daughter and I love reading this book together. The story of how Penelope sees magic in everything is a great message for everyone, regardless of age or eye color!
Daiktilar
The Incredible Peepers of Penelope Budd is wonderful. Penelope has one blue eye and one brown eye and she sees the world in an imaginative and positive way. The book is very descriptive and gets you thinking about what is out there to see, like the ants in the shape of the number 8 and magic fingers.. which all kids have. My kids love this book, as do I.
Windworker
This book has a great message. Very cute & fun to read with my little one! My little Jennie has two different colored eyes also!