About the Book
How do kids see the world? The height perspective is different, for one thing. Then there's a spin on the subject matter, not to mention choice of subject. It's interesting. Unexpected. Fiona doesn't talk much about her thoughts or feelings; it's the way she looks through a camera that reveals volumes. Repeatedly, the theme is close-up details and reoccurring patterns in the ordinary. In all the distractions of her world, there is order . . . and just a bit of humor.