Details: Product Description Winner at the 2015 International Latino Book Awards. A magical hat shop arrives in town. However, all the customers who enter leave somehow changed... Do you dare to discover the mystery?One day, a hat shop mysteriously appears in the main square of a little town. The townspeople are surprised by this new arrival. No one knows where it came from or why it appeared right there, in the middle of the town square. “Who needs a hat?”, some wondered. Confusion and mistrust begin to reign in town, but Timid Tim, determined to reveal the mystery that the hat shop was hiding, decides to enter and reveal what is it that the shop offers. But then something happens that nobody expects: the first customers put on their hats, and make an amazing discovery.A delightful tale about magic hats and bonnets, but above all about the importance of being yourself and the hidden treasures we carry within us. Review “A sweet import that inspires inner strength.” —Kirkus Reviews“The Magic Hat Shop gives their patrons a spirit of spontaneity, the freedom to express themselves, and the ability to be their true selves. Mainly, The Magic Hat Shop is a fun, whimsical tale about being nice to yourself and others, of being your true self, and living positively within the community.” —Kids Lit Review"The Magic Hat Shop is an adorable story of the awesome power of positive change. As the town's residents get used to their new and improved attitudes, they realize they like who they have become. And maybe they no longer need the magic of the hats to be their very best selves." —Berger's Book Reviews"The Magic Hat Shop is a beautiful picture book that tells a story about magical hats that convey to us the importance of being authentic and believing in oneself.” —Infantilandia“A picture book about the courage to see ourselves as we want to be and not how others see us, and how our attitude can mark a milestone in our personality.” —Bichitos Lectores About the Author Sonja Wimmer loves painting pictures and telling stories. After studying and working for some years as a graphic designer in her hometown of Munich and Brussels, she decided to pack her suitcase and move to Barcelona to study Illustration at the Llotja Arts and Crafts School. Since then, she lives between brushes and stories, working as an illustrator and freelance for publishers and other customers worldwide. She has received many awards for her work in the United States, most notably Gold Medal for Best Illustrator for The Word Collector.