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Lulu Loves the Library

Booky Girl Lulu 1

By (author) Anna McQuinn
Illustrated by Rosalind Beardshaw
Format: Mixed media product
Publisher: Alanna Max, United Kingdom
Imprint: Alanna Books
Published: 1st Sep 2011
Dimensions: w 210mm h 245mm d 10mm
Weight: 366g
ISBN-10: 190782507X
ISBN-13: 9781907825071
Barcode No: 9781907825071
Synopsis
Lulu loves Tuesdays. That's when she and her mummy go to the library. They choose books and Lulu goes to story time and singing time. When they get home, Lulu's mummy reads the stories at bedtime. A celebration of books and people who love them. A moment-by-moment account of a very young child's visit to the local library. The charming illustrations perfectly capture the little girl's enthusiasm for books and stories, and paint a lovely picture of her book-loving Mum. This is a perfect story to prepare young children for a library visit.

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Recommended Title, Booktrust's Best Book Guide"An excellent preparatory picture book for those ready to make their first trip to the library... McQuinn and Beardshaw radiate enthusiasm for libraries in every bright and energetic page of this book, and expertly defuse a toddler's initial nervousness about a new experience. ; Annie Everall - The Bookseller Children's Buyer's Guide "A joyful exploration of books, libraries and sharing stories as Lulu and her mum make their regular visit to the library. This should be available in every library and children's centre." ; Books for Keeps No. 164 "The message here is simple, direct, and a vitally important advocacy for libraries, the fun and enjoyment of a visit to the library being conveyed more in the bold, bright pictures painted from Lulu's viewpoint. All young children should have a weekly library experience just like Lulu... It's vital for all children to see characters portrayed who look similar to themselves: that Lulu, the central character in this story is black, is therefore particularly welcome"