Imogen is spending the day with Auntie Sara, who is clearly a bundle of fun and can’t wait to start playing. Should the pair become beautiful princesses? Dragon-taming knights? Adventurous astronauts? After all, there’s no limit to what they can do with just a dash of imagination! The trouble is, Auntie Sara is so busy trying to inspire her niece’s creativity, she’s not actually letting Imogen join in. As it turns out, what her charge really wants (when she finally gets a word in edgeways) is simply a trip to the park and ‘for you to be you and me to be me’. This adorable story is full of warmth and humour – children will delight in the way the well meaning yet overbearing grown up is lovingly, but firmly, put in her place.
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