Sarabella's Thinking Cap
Sarabella is always thinking—conjuring, daydreaming, and creating new worlds from her imagination. There is so much going on in her head that it can barely be contained. But there are times when daydreaming is decidedly not a good thing—like when you're supposed to be doing multiplication tables. Luckily, Sarabella has an understanding teacher and with his encouragement She comes up with her own idea to show everyone who she is.
Instead of being in trouble, Sarabella learns that she gets her daydreaming from her parents. They, too, had problems in school. Her teacher, Mr. F, tries hard to get Sarabella to say what she's thinking, but nothing seems to work. That is, until he gives them the weekend assignment to draw your best daydream.
The pictures in this book are absolutely stunning I was able to relate because I daydream a lot as well. Sarabella learns that it isn't bad to daydream, she just needed to discover how to say how she felt.
Final Verdict: I loved the pictures because they are colorful and beautifully drawn. I would recommend this story to children who daydream, have an active imagination, or love to draw.