by Patty Brozo, Ana Ochoa
But Miss Pinketink has a good heart, and she shares the stuff from her purse with the townspeople. She gives out a roll of tape to fix a flat bike tire, or a comb to a bald man, a bone to a cat, and a plunger to a car mechanic with hilarious results!
A little girl named Zoey recognizes that Miss Pinkeltink’s heart is in the right place, even if her gifts are not always the most useful things. Zoey organizes the townspeople to provide a home for Miss Pinkeltink, and show their appreciation for all her gifts to them!
This picture book has a sweet story that addresses homelessness in a fun and inspiring way. I loved the colorful illustrations and cute facial expressions of the characters.
Miss Pinkeltink is a hilarious character, and I thought her gifts were very funny! I liked seeing how the townspeople change their minds about her. They are annoyed with her in the beginning, but soon realize that she is kind and generous.
At the back of the book, there are websites and charities to look up, so that the reader can help the homeless in their own area. This book could really inspire kids to lend a helping hand, and do some good in the world!
Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for a free and honest review. All the opinions stated here are my own true thoughts, and are not influenced by anyone.