It's Only Ink! What's Wrong with Being Ordinary?

It's Only Ink!
What's Wrong with Being Ordinary?

Extraordinary deeds occur, but do they occur often enough? Furthermore, what happens after someone performs an extraordinary deed?
Ordinary Mary is a little girl who is about to find out.
It all begins when Ordinary Mary decides to pick some ordinary blueberries one ordinary day. She puts them in a large bowl and leaves them on her neighbor's porch. After seeing the good deed, the neighbor bakes some muffins and gives them to five people. Those five people perform a good deed and so on, as the good deed goes from person to person around the globe.
Emily Pearson wrote this charming book to inspire others to show kindness. Her children's picture book also encourages gift-giving, sharing, and helping others.
This reviewer and her children highly recommend Pearson's book, "Ordinary Mary's Extraordinary Deed".

"Ordinary Mary's Extraordinary Deed" by Emily Pearson
Published by: Gibbs Smith, Publisher, www.gibbs-smith.com
ISBN: 0-87905-978-8
Price: $15.95
Reviewed by: Jennifer LB Leese

Jennifer LB Leese is a writer from Maryland who writes children's picture books, young adult novels, and paranormal fiction. Visit her online at: www.geocities.com/ladyjiraff