Hiromi's Hands

By A Wrung Sponge

Hiromi’s Hands is a delightful picture book. . . . What I really like about this book is that it shows how a family moves from the traditions and ways of the past that limited their roles into a future filled with hope and prosperity. When Hiromi’s father comes to New York he finds it “abundant and plentiful in so many ways.” His prosperity and enjoyment carry over into his daughter’s life and bless all of us in the story. This is a picture book for all ages. The fine watercolor illustrations are intricately detailed portrayals worthy of long study. It’s perfect for reading this Spring on Girl’s Day, Women’s History Month, or any time!