Look-at-Me Lucy and the Rearview Mirror
About the Book
Is a colorfully illustrated story of a five-year-old girl who enjoys showing family and friends all the wonderful things she is learning to do. When it is time to start dance lessons, however, she discovers friendship is better than stardom. Her mother uses the small but wide rearview mirror in their car and several verses from Proverbs to teach a valuable lesson about humility and true beauty.
“Preschoolers and parents alike can relate to ‘Look at Me Lucy’ and her well-meaning mother. Curls, twirls, fans and mirrors—the artwork tells the story! Karen uses this mother-daughter lesson to encourage the biblical virtues of humility and an interest in others.”
Jennifer Purvis, PhD
a.k.a. Katherine’s Mom
“Loved Look at Me Lucy and the Rearview Mirror! It’s got a great message for all of us, regardless of our age or stage in life.”
Garth Forster, Pastor
FBC Barnesville, GA
“Look-at-Me Lucy is a gift to children and families, a gentle reminder of our selfish nature embedded with profound teaching on the blessing that comes from a humble spirit. Children of all ages will be drawn to the colorful illustrations and the relatable characters.”
Lynn Bailey, MA Ed, 27-year Public Educator
a.k.a., Emmerson’s Nana
About the Author
Karen Anderson Holcomb has a Master of Arts in Communication from Southwestern Seminary (Ft. Worth, TX), with undergraduate degrees in Theatre and Journalism. Look-at-Me Lucy is the third book in her Proverbial Kids series, following Little Jimmy and the Spoiled Rotten Banana and Captain Curious and the Invisible Boundary Line. A former children’s minister, Karen and her husband Bron have two teenaged sons and live in Canton, NC.