I spoke with Kitty Pope about creating and donating one for the Guelph Public Library. She was ecstatic. I proposed creating a sculpture in tribute to a Guelph author and suggested Robert Munsch. We selected The Paper Bag Princess as the character of choice and will place her near the entrance of the new library building. (She'll have a temporary home at the present library until the new building is ready.) To make her easily identifiable to children I want the sculpture to be similar to an illustration in the book. The picture of her waving goodbye to the dragon as he flies around the world will be perfect.
Second step: find some wood in the basement and make a base.
Third step: Cut and bend rods and angle iron then assemble the pieces. Can you see the princess' form?