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Mister Yes

Sometimes the smallest words are the hardest to say, and “no” is downright impossible for the ever agreeable Mr. Yes. Stuck in a rut of unhappily accepting everything from eating a slug-slime sundae to purchasing a can of invisible paint, he longs to change his tune. Gil delivers a humorous cautionary tale that unfolds through a creative mix of soft edges and sharp angles, encouraging children, teens, and adults to speak honestly and with confidence.

Reviewed by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

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