Wonderful three-dimensional textures and a delectable use of pattern and line make this a visual treat as well as a charming domestic drama. Hannah's mother loves to sew, so Hannah has seven beautiful dresses she cherishes. Deciding which one to wear every day is an ongoing trial, until she hits upon the idea of assigning one dress to each day of the week: Tuesdays for the green-checked dress with the deep pockets for treasures or insects; Fridays for the gray dress with 13 different buttons down the front; Sundays for the purple crinoline that was just ``a teeny bit scratchy.'' On her birthday, Hannah decides first to wear all her dresses, which leads to discomfort, then to abandon all her dresses in favor of black pants, ``And from that minute until now, Hannah has never worn a dress again.'' The fabric backgrounds on every page set off the fabulous prints of the dresses, while Hannah's stuffed elephant always wears an outfit to match her own. An amazing amount of kinetic action is worked into the collages, as Hannah dances, jumps, runs, and, of course, gets dressed, with her red sneakers the one aspect of her fashion statement that never changes.