To Amy, nothing is better than being famous. It means you're extra special. She signs autographs (for her bear), poses for photos with fans (her parents), and collects gold stars (from her teacher). But when another little girl joins her class and becomes even more famous, Amy becomes jealous. It's not until they spend time together that they learn friendship is more meaningful than fame. This picture book explores ideas of fame, attention, friendship, and being yourself.
Sometimes being famous isn't all that great, but this story of friendship, self-reliance, and overcoming jealousy is. --Kirkus Reviews