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“Harold and the Wimple-Dimple Dimmer-Wimmer” is at Joanne Rossman’s!

Ignore the book about cats. Unless you have cats. And then you should totally buy this book.

A funky home for a few Harold’s This is Joanne Rossman (and Rita Rose). The ladies are wearing a 1Genet Scarf from One.org, an organization working to end extreme poverty and preventable disease. This is her shop, right here in Roslindale Village. And now she’s carrying Harold!  

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Harold and the Wimple-Dimple Dimmer-Wimmer

Harold can’t tie his shoes.

Never could, never can, never will.

Harold, the curious, wondering, sneaker-tripping kid

Harold

Harold is worried, as second grade is about to start and he’s doesn’t want the kids at school to laugh at him because he can’t tie his shoes.

When he discovers the Wimple-Dimple Dimmer-Wimmer in the garage of his family’s just-moved-into house, he isn’t sure what it is.

NOT a pile of junk

NOT a pile of junk

The only thing he is totally and completely sure of is that he can’t tie his shoes.

Can the Wimple-Dimple Dimmer-Wimmer change Harold’s mind about the shoe-lace tying thing?


Find out in Harold and the Wimple-Dimple Dimmer-Wimmer, and take a look at our videos about the book.

What the heck is THAT?

What the heck is THAT?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Where Else to Buy Harold

Hello, I am very pleased to introduce you to Harold.

Oh yes, and the Wimple-Dimple Dimmer-Wimmer as well!

Currently available as an ebook from these sellers; just click on the button to go to that version’s Harold page:

What the heck is THAT?

Harold is seven years old and can’t tie his shoes. Not only can’t he tie his shoes, he’s completely and utterly convinced that he will never (ever) be able to tie his shoes.

Second grade is two weeks away and he’s worried that the kids at school will laugh at him if they know he can’t tie his shoes.

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