Lola Loves Stories
Anna McQuinn & Rosalind Beardshaw
Charlesbridge, 2010 (2010)
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Reviewed by Bob Walch
f you read my first book,
Lola at the Library
, you know how much I love books. Well, in this book my daddy takes me back to the library to pick out some books. Each night my dad or mom reads one of the stories to me.
ow what's really cool is that after I hear a story I make up a game to go with it so that the next day I and my friends have something to do. For example, I have been a pilot, a farmer, a fairy princess and even a fierce tiger.
edtime stories are about all sorts of things so you never run out of fun things to do. All you have to have is a good imagination and you can turn almost any story into some type of fun activity. When my daddy read about buildings, the next day we made some repairs to my doll house.
think tonight the bedtime story will be about monsters. Hmmm, that will make playtime tomorrow really interesting!
f you are a preschooler between two and five years of age I bet you'll like my book because then you can try doing what I do in the story. You'll see, making up story games is really fun!
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