Mirrors have it tough. They never feel like they are doing a good job, because when people look in the mirror, they (almost) always say bad things. But mirrors have feelings too, you know, and they take it personally.In Penny, the Mirror, one plucky little mirror decides to take things into her own hands—yes, she’s got hands—for the sake of her ancestors and mirrors everywhere.
This is the hilarious story of Penny the mirror’s life-changing journey to acceptance, that will empower all readers to celebrate themselves too. Read on and find new love for mirrors and for what you see in them.