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Ladybug Girl by David Soman

Ladybug Girl (2008)

by David Soman, Jacky Davis

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    The Queen of France by Tim Wadham (lquilter)
    lquilter: If you (or a kid you know) liked the vivid imagination and pretense of LADYBUG GIRL by David Soman, you will also enjoy THE QUEEN OF FRANCE by Tim Wadham. Both feature a kid immersed in her play role, and in both books, the text and illustrations play off cleverly with each other. (Although THE QUEEN OF FRANCE is a little less didactic.)… (more)

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This is a very sweet book about a little girl who has to find something fun to do when her brother won't let her play baseball with him and his friends. She wears her ladybug costume and explores the world outdoors. Lovely full page spreads match the little girl's joy and curiosity. ( )
  JenniferSprinkle | Jul 14, 2019 |
After her brother tells her she is too little to play with him, Lulu, dressed as a Ladybug Girl, makes her own fun. Source: Publishers page.
  uufnn | May 27, 2018 |
Lulu must create her own fun when she finds out that her older brother and her parents will be busy all morning. She takes her dog, Bingo, and they have adventures in the back yard by helping some ants, repairing a stone wall, splashing through a puddle, and climbing an apple tree.

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Pierce County Library
  Galileogst | Nov 25, 2017 |
To use this book for determining importance has a lot of details you can pull out as you read and can focus on.
  mhenderson93 | Aug 16, 2017 |
Lulu has nobody to play with o she has to make her own fun. She becomes Ladybug girl and uses her imagination to create her own fun. Good for kids 3-5 years old.
  MeganMcCullough | Dec 1, 2016 |
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Davis, Jackymain authorall editionsconfirmed
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To our parents, for everything, and to Lucy and Sam, for more
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"I'm Ladybug Girl!" says Lulu, zipping into the kitchen.
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Lulu’s older brother says she is too little to play with him. Her mama and papa are busy too, so Lulu has to make her own fun. This is a situation for Ladybug Girl! Ladybug Girl saves ants in distress, jumps through shark-infested puddles, and even skips along the great dark twisty tree trunk—all by herself. It doesn’t matter what her brother says, Ladybug Girl is definitely not too little!
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After her brother tells her she is too little to play with him, Lulu, dressed as Ladybug Girl, makes her own fun.

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