“I don’t care what you wear, as long as it’s clean,” declares Tammy’s mom as the family readies themselves for a day at the park. In this delightful new children’s book from Susie Rich, readers get the value of repetition as Tammy searches for the perfect outfit, and a very determined spot gets in her way. With great humor and a touch of innocence, I Don’t Care What You Wear as Long as It’s Clean offers readers the best of lessons: always try to look your best.
About the Author
Susie Rich was raised in Cincinnati, Ohio, and has spent her career working in the social work/homelessness prevention field. Several years ago, she began to pursue her passion for writing; she has published “Beauties, The Eye of the Beholder,” in an Ohio magazine, and two children’s books: How My Daddy Taught Me to Dance and Too Much Hopscotch. She also has written a number of short stories and is currently working on a novel. She resides near Boston, Massachusetts, with her husband, Douglas.