The fishmonger has fallen in love with the milliner, whose cart is across the street from his. But how is he to give his bride the elegant home she deserves? He has a brilliant plan: he will make their wedding so fine that surely their friends will shower them with the best of everything. His plan backfires, of course, but, like all good love stories, this is a tale that ends in a happy -- if surprising -- fashion. Cary Fagan's evocation of turn-of-the-century Kensington Market is perfectly brought to life by Regolo Ricci's lively, affectionate paintings.