Flossy is the bossiest girl around. She's bossy at home and she's bossy in school. She's bossy with her friends, and sometimes she's even bossy to her teacher! Well-meaning Flossy doesn't understand why no one will listen to her.
Then Flossy meets Edward, a boy who is just as bossy as Flossy. But the collision of these two strong-willed forces has a surprising result: they learn how to be a friend.
I thought this was a cute, quick read. For the younger readers this book is a very easy book to read. There are not any huge words and the story is set with speech bubbles instead if sentences. So I thought it made the story easier to read this way. Plus the comments were short. The illustrations were great...colorful but simple without being over-crowed and distracting. A nice lesson to be taught from this book...it is ok to want to have your voice heard but there is a right way and a wrong way about doing so and that is to not be bossy.
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Paulette Bogan admits she was bossy as a child. She is the author and illustrator of Virgil & Owen, which was chosen as one of Bank Street Best Children's books of the Year 2016, Virgil & Owen Stick Together, which won a Mom's Choice Award Gold Medal for Picture Books, and Lulu The Big Little Chick, which won a Children's Choice Book Award. She lives in New York City with her husband, three daughters, and two dogs. They ALL think she is STILL bossy. But they've never told her to go to her room!
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