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Lola & Fred by Christoph Heuer
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Lola & Fred

by Christoph Heuer

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Lola and Fred prove that differences in character and appearance—or even species—do not have to get in the way of reaching a goal.

Lola & Fred is the first picture book of a series where a new character is introduced with each subsequent publication. This text-free book allows viewers to tell the story in their own words. Mr. Heuer was inspired to illustrate text-free to avoid the language barriers of Switzerland, his native country, which has four national languages. Originally published in Switzerland, Lola & Fred is being introduced to North America for the first time.

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"Lola and Fred prove differences in character and appearance--or even species--do not have to get in the way of reaching a goal."--Jacket.

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