- May 31 - King Library Opens at 1:00 PM
Victoria Jones has spent her childhood in foster care and her teenage years in group homes. Now emancipated at eighteen, she seeks out a job as a florist’s assistant, using her knowledge of the meaning of flowers she learned from Elizabeth, her last foster mother. Though her arrangements change lives, she is hesitant to accept friendship from others, until an exchange with a flower vendor brings up memories from the past, challenging her ideas of the language of flowers. A tale of hope, love and forgiveness set in San Francisco.
If you’re interested in the meaning of flowers, popular in Victorian times, look for books on flower language in the catalog.
And so begins the book, Don't Bargain With the Tooth Fairy. From there, the author leads you to 43 more funny "rules" and unlimited fun. With descriptive pictures on every page, it's guaranteed to make you laugh.
Suitable for kids of grades 3 and up.
Suitable for mommies, daddies, and teachers too. You can lol (laugh out loud) or giggle or chortle with yourself, to yourself, and by yourself, to release the pressure caused by...a day with-or without-the kids.
Written by Deborah Zemke.