for The Girl Who Loved Pots by Rosilyn Seay
May loves pots. She uses her imagination to create infinite adventures with regular kitchen pots and pans. For May, an ordinary pot can become anything from a musical instrument to a table for tea parties. When she gets a new babysitter, May risks getting into trouble as she sneaks off to play with her pots. What happens next surprises them both. And an unexpected bond is formed between May and her new babysitter.
"The Girl Who Loved Pots" is an amusing tale about a young girl with endless imagination. It shows how anyone, at any age, can learn new lessons in friendship and flexibility. It is fun reading, especially for children between the ages of 5 and 9.