One little dot marks the beginning of Vashti’s journey of surprise and self-discovery in Peter H. Reynolds' multiple award-winning modern classic.
Vashti thinks she can’t draw. But her teacher is sure that she can. She knows that there’s creative spirit in everyone, and encourages Vashti to sign the angry dot she makes in frustration on a piece of paper. This act makes Vashti look at herself a little differently, and helps her discover that where there’s a dot there’s a way.
Sometimes all you need to do is make a mark then it can turn into a piece of art. It’s a good book for little artists and it shows that something little can turn into something really big.
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