|Format||Release Date||List Price||Your Price||ISBN|
|1 Video DVD||Tue Dec 09 00:00:00 UTC 2014||29.99||29.99||9781633793491||Add to Cart|
Otis has an antique shop crammed to the gills with stuff. So he's delighted when someone comes in and buys it all. Next day, Suzie Gump arrives, the shop is empty, full of nothing, and Suzy loves it-and takes it all. Suzie has set a trend, and soon everybody is craving nothing-the stores are full of it. It's only when there's not even a towel for drying off after a bath that Suzie realizes she may have gone a bit too far.
Three stars. "Featuring clean charcoal lines and basic watercolors, this enjoyably silly story includes a bonus music video of the theme song by the Promise Makers, and a read-along option. Recommended." - Video Librarian
“Younger children will enjoy the humor, and older ones may find there’s a lesson to be learned here, too.” - School Library Journal (video review)
Starred Review. "Whether enjoying this Zen-like book for the wacky conceit or the consumer critique, readers will readily recognize that the emperor has no clothes; this timely parable is certainly something worth having." - Publishers Weekly
"Cartoon illustrations set down in strong lines and colored with a soft palette make even the chaotic scenes seem uncluttered. Children will appreciate the foibles of people made foolish in their rush to have the latest thing (and, perhaps, see parallels in their own lives) in this satire on consumer-driven culture and mob mentality." - Booklist