She has a gift for making awe-inspiring shapes. It’s a story about staying true to oneself with a message that encourages kids to go beyond their limits and expand their imaginative horizons.
It’s a clever, whimsical story that’s as fresh as the clouds and breezes in the sky.
About the Author:
Growing up, Wendy Greenley wondered if clouds could be molded like clay, and was disappointed that her arms weren't a zillion miles long. She was surprised when people said she had her head in the clouds--like it was a BAD thing. Now, she's thrilled to share Lola Shapes the Sky with other quirky dreamers.
Besides writing for children, Wendy has worked as a telephone interviewer (sorry!), ice cream scooper, night security guard, microbiologist, attorney, and stay-at-home mom.