Story Saturday: A Dress with Pockets
Free with museum admission
Join us in the Ailsa Mellon Bruce Decorative Arts and Design galleries for an in-person story time with curatorial assistant Alyssa Velazquez! This month we'll be reading A Dress with Pockets by Lily Murray and illustrated by Jenny Lovlie, followed by a making activity for children 12 and under led by teaching artist Jena Schieb.
This reading is made possible by Peachtree. To purchase past and present Story Saturday titles, checkout Carnegie Museum of Art Museum Store's online reading section.
About the Book
Lucy and Aunt Augusta are dress shopping. And, at the Fabulous Fashion Store, there are dresses to suit just about everyone. There are fancy dresses, frilly dresses, stripy dresses, silly dresses, sun dresses, fun dresses, blue dresses, green. . . but Lucy doesn't care about frills or lace. She wants a dress WITH POCKETS. And as she wades through the titchy dresses, witchy dresses, very, very itchy dresses, she starts to worry about where she's going to put her leaves, and nettles, and delicate petals, her magical spells and beautiful shells. The hunt is on: will Lucy find the dress of her dreams?