Little lonely Leigh is a delightfully illustrated story of a little girl who, like many children, suffers from shyness and lack self-confidence. She has no friends and finds herself alone walking to and from school, and even at school, until she comes upon a mirror that becomes her friend. She poses questions to the mirror and the mirror always answers back. The mirror agrees with her as she describes her loneliness, but also agrees with her when she decides to change that. With the mirror's support Leigh ventures out of her isolation and interacts with her schoolmates. Friends are made and happiness sets in. But then, Leigh trips, falls, and the mirror is broken. Will her friends still be her friends? Oh, yes because Leigh learns that she doesn't need the mirror or anyone to tell her who she is or what she can do or be. She has herself.
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