What do you do with a child who says it can not sign? You know how to handle the unwilling floor. She makes a dot on a blank sheet of paper and asks her to sign it with her name. The next day, Floor finds her dot on the wall in a gold curling list 'she does not know what she sees! But 'the dot can be better.' That's the beginning of a long series of dotted paintings that make Floor to the heroine of the school 'everyone finds her work beautiful. Like a little boy who does not say that he can not sign at all. He does not get a straight line on paper. 'Oh no?' says Floor. "Just see, then. Nice! Now just your name below. "
The page-by-side drawings - a combination of watercolor in soft tones and ink - stand next to or above the text. The story is a well-running whole of concise and effective sentences, printed in a big fantasy letter. A nice reading and viewing book for children from around 5 years.