This book is a conversation. A conversation among Pip, a young lady, and her inner self, her younger brother Tommy and his inner self...and myself. It's about planning their private, interior environment worlds...their bedrooms.
Room planning is an expedition of finding and choosing objects and a mood. In that process there is an ongoing dialogue that culminates in decisions tempered by background, instincts, education and economics. In this book, we talk about things from lazy lounging to linens to bed sizes to spatial relationships.
And because furnishing a room is not only a personal art expression but a commercial expression as well, we also talk about money: how hard it is to come by, how expensive it is to waste and how it rides round and round in the world marketplace.
If you are an individual who believes that the experience of acquiring material things might also be a fun exsperience filled with learning and earning, then plunk your hard earned money down and enjoy yourself.
A-n-d, if you are a parent and are going to present this book to a young person, I hope you will say to yourself after reading it: "Gee! Too bad this book wasn't written when I was a younger person."