No. 21 is If Kisses were Colours. This is a gentle story of simple metaphors for a parent's love, and not much more really needs to be said. The illustrations are folksy, and the message is tender. I would read this one again.
Master A's verdict: A quick read with both rhyme and brightly coloured pages equaled full attention.
- Title: If Kisses were Colours
- Author/Illustrator: Janet Lawler / Alison Jay
- Source: Borrowed from local library
- Publisher: Dial Books
What's on tomorrow? Probably another library pick.