Marsha Is Magnetic (Hardcover)

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Marsha Is Magnetic (Hardcover)

By Beth Ferry, Lorena Alvarez (Illustrator)

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It turns out that the best way to "attract" friends to invite to your birthday is by being yourself in this sweet, STEAM-minded picture book from New York Times best-selling author Beth Ferry. 

Marsha's birthday is coming up, and she needs to make some friends to invite to her party. She's a little stumped...but a scientist knows how to solve problems: the scientific method!
 
With equal parts creativity, determination, and humor, Marsha sets out to attract as many friends as she can for her birthday bash—what could possibly go wrong?

In this hilarious celebration of birthdays, friendship, and ingenuity, Beth Ferry and Lorena Alvarez show readers that the best way to attract friends is to simply be yourself.
Beth Ferry loves to wander, explore and mainly laze on the shore, but only in the summer. She is the author of several picture books, including Stick and Stone. She lives with her husband and three children by the beach in New Jersey.  
Website: BethFerry.com
Twitter: @bethferry1

Lorena Alvarez is a freelance illustrator based in Bogotá, Colombia. Her work has appeared in children books, independent publications, advertising and fashion magazines. She is the author-illustrator of the graphic novel Nightlights. 
Website: www.lorenaalvarez.com

Product Details ISBN: 9780544735842
ISBN-10: 0544735846
Publisher: Clarion Books
Publication Date: January 26th, 2021
Pages: 32
Language: English
"Lifting up the theme of promoting STEM for girls, Ferry (Swashby and the Sea) builds the story around the principles of scientific research (“Formulate a hypothesis. Test the hypothesis. Analyze data. Make a conclusion”). Crisp-edged spreads in deep, brilliant hues by Alvarez (The Magical Yet) contribute energy and verve. Kids who struggle to navigate school social pressures will recognize themselves in Marsha’s story, and they’ll be drawn to her determination to make friends without squelching her own distinctive personality." Publishers Weekly