Synopses & Reviews
Featuring simple, humorous situations, this picture book explores a young girls love for imitating the adults in her life. Her mimicry is often exaggerated, which can have funny and chaotic results. When Mimi puts on lipstick just like mommy, she colors outside the lines; and when she makes soup just like grandma, her ingredients are not necessarily the tastiest. With full, fluid lines and delicate coloration, the illustrations complement Mimis charming naïveté and profound curiosity. Both children and parents alike will delight in Mimis ongoing explorations and discoveries.
About the Author
Yih-Fen Chou is a licensed psychologist, a licensed Montessori teacher and preschool director, and the editor of Heryin Publishing House. Chih-Yuan Chen is the illustrator of several children's books, including Artie and Julie; The Best Christmas Ever; and Guji, Guji. He has won numerous awards, including NCTE Best Picture Book of the Year and Publishers Weekly's Best Children's Book of the Year.