Perfectionists, worrywarts, and sticklers everywhere will sympathize with Loppy as he tries his best but then despairs when things don’t turn out just so. Luckily, a friend is there with some valuable advice about failure, success, and making mistakes along the way. Captivating black-and-white sketches with splashes of vivid color portray a riot of purple vines, reminding Loppy to stop and smell the flowers and perhaps learn a thing or two from them as well.
Pallas Gates McCorquodale
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