Monday, May 17, 2021

"Lola Sleeps Over" - a bookwrap



Guess where Lola is going tonight?  She is very, very excited and is all packed to go on an adventure......


Lola Sleeps Over

Authored by Anna McQuinn

Illustrated by Rosalind Beardshaw


* Ages:  2-5 years
* Grade Level:  PS+
* Hardcover:  32 pages
* Publisher:  Charlesbridge Publishing
* Pub. Date:  Sept. 21, 2021
* Language: English

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The Book

This charming book is well written and the illustrations are beautiful.  Little ones who have not yet experienced a sleepover will love Lola's adventure and will relate to it when it's their turn to stay somewhere all on their own over night. 

Lola is very excited.  She has been invited to stay with her cousin Hani for the night and she packs furiously for this first-time event.  Her Daddy takes her by the hand and off they go around the corner to Hani's house.  The two little girls are thrilled to be together and they play in Hani's imaginary rainforest, build bridges and a waterfall, and dress up,  just to name a few , before it's time to settle down and go to bed.  

In the morning Lola is served French toast and before she knows it her Daddy's at the door to pick her up.  They soon will make arrangements for Hani to come and stay over night at Lola's house.  This is the latest Lola Reads book and I love it!  It's a happy little read which will prepare kids for an adventure of their own.  I highly recommend this book. 

Storywraps Rating - 5 HUGS! 


Meet the Author

Anna McQuinn has worked in children's books for more than thirty years as an editor, publisher, and writer. She has written more than twenty books for children, including the Lola Reads series. Anna has extensive experience running groups for young children and their parents at her local library.

About the Illustrator

Rosalind Beardshaw grew up in England. From a young age, she often spent rainy afternoons visiting art galleries. Rosalind has illustrated many books for children, including Mole's Babies, Just Right for Christmas, and The Best Present.

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