Lola Reads to Leo

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Charlesbridge Publishing, Incorporated, Feb 1, 2012 - Juvenile Fiction - 32 pages
19 Reviews

There's a new reader in Lola's family!

We all know how much Lola loves books. In this third book in the Lola series (Lola at the Library and Lola Loves Stories), Lola has a new baby brother and she canít wait to share her love of reading with him.

Lola gets ready for little Leoís arrival by reading books about brothers and sisters and picking out the perfect stories that she just knows her little brother will love. Even when her momís tummy gets bigger and bigger, and even when sheís tired, Mom makes sure there is time for Lola and her stories.

When the baby is finally here, Lola takes on the role of big sisteróshe helps her mommy and daddy around the house and tells Leo stories to cheer him up when he cries. Lola Reads to Leo proves that itís never too early to become a reader!

This book is good for your brain because it provides:
Strong picture/text support, story elements, sequence of events, promotes reading and literacy

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User Review  - ClarissaBaldwin - LibraryThing

Lola experiences the addition of a little brother to the family. Simple story line with short sentences, but rich with content and interaction between sister and little brother. Read full review

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User Review  - Yasmin Lucero - Goodreads

This is a really good book about getting ready for a new baby. My daughter loves all of the Lola books because she finds then super relatable. This one models Lola coping well with the overwhelming ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Anna McQuinn is the author of more than 20 books for children, including Wanda's Washing Machine (Tiger Tales). She also works part-time as a librarian, running family book groups. Anna lives in Slough, England.

Rosalind Beardshaw loved drawing from early childhood and from a young age decided she wanted to become an illustrator. She studied at Manchester Polytechnic where she earned a degree in illustration. Since graduating in 1992, she has illustrated many children's books, including two of her own stories; Grandma's Beach and Grandpa's Surprise (Bloomsbury) inspired by long summer holidays spent with her playful grandparents. More recently animals have played a larger part in her work. Her lurcher, Basil is proving to be a constant source of inspiration for new characters! In her spare time, Rosalind works as a volunteer with adults who have learning difficulties. She lives in York, England.,br For more information, visit www.rosalindbeardshaw.com .

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