"It means I'm an artist, just like Michelangelo!" Ida answered.
In this fun and delightful story, young readers are invited on a playdate with Ida as she engages in imaginative play with ordinary common objects. Repetition, rhyming, and bright pictures are used in a realistic way to stimulate and celebrate creative thinking in children. The role parents play in nurturing their child's or children's imagination and creativity is vividly illustrated by Ida's affectionate interaction with her mother. Though a great read for young artists, this book was strategically written to foster connection between parent and child. Parents are therefore encouraged to read Ida's New Fun Word: Create with or to their child for an epic daytime or bedtime bonding experience!