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Polo and Lily

Polo and Lily cover

Title:   Polo and Lily
Author:   Regis Faller
Series:   Polo
Recommended for:   children ages 2 and up.  Works for preschoolers and elementary school students.  (And older kids too!)
Pages:   unpaged (probably 32)
Call Number/Link:   E FALLE

Rating:   ****

 

 

Synopsis:

In this wordless picture book, Polo the dog meets a rabbit named Lily and the two become friends.

Comments:

A big thank you to the patron who almost stumped me this evening.  “I’m looking for a book about a dog who lives in a tree.  It doesn’t have words.  The author is French.  I think the dog’s name starts with a P.”

I hadn’t noticed the Polo series before tonight, and am so glad to have discovered it!  Although it is a picture book, it feels very much like a graphic novel, which helps it appeal to all ages.  Its humor doesn’t hurt either!

 

 

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Posted by on March 31, 2016 in Bedtime, Funny, Picture Books, Wordless

 

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Where’s Walrus? and Penguin?

Where's WalrusTitle: Where’s Walrus? and Penguin?
Author: Stephen Savage
Series: Where’s Walrus?
Recommended for: Preschool and up
Pages: 32 pages
Call Number/Link:  E SAVAGE, S.

Synopsis:When Walrus and his friend Penguin escape from the zoo, Will the zookeeper must find them.  

This is the second book in this wordless book series.  I love this series, I picked up the first book during my youngest sons’ walrus phase.  We love poring over the pictures to see how walrus and penguin hide from the zoo keeper.  The fun about a wordless book is you can create your own story.  The story doesn’t have to be the same each time you read. Also, children like to take a turn making up the story.  It is also a great time seeing your child’s mind at work.

 

 
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Posted by on August 31, 2015 in Picture Books, Wordless

 

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