紐約時報暢銷書《我願意》（I wish you more）作者羅森朵和女兒合作的新書。一封非凡的情書，寫給每一位聰明、美麗、令人驚嘆的特別女孩！
From the New York Times bestselling author of I Wish You More, Amy Krouse Rosenthal, and her daughter Paris Rosenthal comes the heartwarming and inspiring Dear Girl,
Dear Girl, is a remarkable love letter written for the special girl in your life.
Through Amy and Paris’s charming text and Holly Hatam’s stunning illustrations, any girl reading this book will feel that she’s perfect—whether she enjoys jumping in a muddy puddle, has a face full of freckles, or dances on table tops.
This book encourages girls to always be themselves and to love who they are—inside and out.
This book is for you.
Wonderful, smart, beautiful you.
If you ever need a reminder, just turn to any page in this book and know that you are special and you are loved.
—Amy and Paris
“A mother-daughter team offers a love letter encouraging girls to accept and love themselves. They advise girls to be confident, to speak up, and to be curious and adaptable to anything.” (Booklist)
“Sure to be a hit for mothers and daughters of all ages for its warm, supportive message.” (Booklist)
“Artwork, in line drawings, photography, and texture, is joyful and whimsical, showing a personable little girl with shiny black hair pursuing her dreams with a wide range of expressive emotions.” (Booklist)
★ “This picture book should have a permanent place on every empowering book display your library puts up. A must purchase.” (School Library Journal (starred review))
★ “Each missive reminds readers to be herself, be smart, be adventurous, sometimes cry, and always listen to your instincts. The mother-daughter connection is always loving and personal.” (School Library Journal (starred review))
★ “Hatam’s mixed-media illustrations perfectly balance and illustrate the text. Watercolor, crayon, and collage are just some of the elements she uses, and her application could easily inspire a project partnering English and Art classes, or a library literary club.” (School Library Journal (starred review))
“The missives are generally empathetic and up-to-the-minute.”(Publishers Weekly)