The Most Magnificent Idea (Most Magnificent #2)

by Ashley Spires (Author) Ashley Spires (Illustrator)

Reading Level: 2nd − 3rd Grade

The long-awaited sequel to the runaway bestseller The Most Magnificent Thing that readers have been clamoring for!

The girl in this story, with her dog at her side, loves to make things. Her brain, she says, is an "idea machine," so full of ideas that she can hardly keep up. But then one day ... it isn't. All of a sudden, the girl can't come up with a single idea for what to make. She tries everything: brainstorming, gathering new supplies, even jumping up and down on one foot to shake an idea loose. But, nothing. The girl realizes, with no ideas taking up space in her brain, it's filling with sad instead. What if she never has another idea again? 

This book offers a terrific character education lesson in patience and perseverance. It will provide inspiration to makers and visionary creators everywhere, encouraging them to believe that an idea is sure to come if they just give it the opportunity --- and if it comes from the heart.

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Kirkus Reviews

Reassuring banter for any young maker hitting their first rough patch.

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Ashley Spires
Ashley Spires is the author and illustrator of many books including the bestselling The Most Magnificent Thing, The Thing Lou Couldn't Do and the Binky the Space Cat series. She is a drinker of tea, eater of candy and lover of animals. When she is not making books, she enjoys yoga, jogging and fostering orphan kittens for her local shelter. Ashley lives just outside Vancouver, British Columbia, with her dog and far too many felines.
Classification
Fiction
ISBN-13
9781525305047
Lexile Measure
550L
Guided Reading Level
N/A
Publisher
N/A
Publication date
September 20, 2022
Series
Most Magnificent
BISAC categories
JUV039050 - Juvenile Fiction | Social Themes | Emotions & Feelings
JUV051000 - Juvenile Fiction | Imagination & Play
JUV036020 - Juvenile Fiction | Technology | Inventions
Library of Congress categories
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