EASY READ… BEAUTIFUL picture book (uses real photos not illustrations which is unique) with simple sentences for young kids to read… VERY CUTE… Giveaway doable too.
Meet LOLA– the 5 pound Yorkie who LOVES to help children! She has a really important job- she is a certified therapy dog and kids respond to her in the most amazing way. Though Lola tours the country and visits with autistic children mostly- she also has a book series about her that helps ALL children navigate through life’s obstacles and what they perceive to be “scary”– such as visiting the doctor, the first day of school, etc… Lola’s books are aimed at teaching all kids about these obstacles and how to overcome them. Please see info below and would love to send you the books (easy reads- targeted for the pre-school/K grades and higher) if you are interested! OR– let me know if you’d like to interview Marcia and Lola 🙂
The books are aimed at helping all children navigate through various stressful scenarios.
Lola is a five-pound Yorkshire Terrier -a proudly certified therapy dog who makes weekly visits to elder care centers, bookstores, and classrooms. She happily participated in making her books! http://www.marciagoldman.com/books.html
- Lola Goes to Work: Meet Lola, a little terrier with a big job. Children will identify with the feisty Lola as she struggles going to school, passing tests, and finally achieving her Big Dog dream. If Lola can make it in a world of Great Danes and Labradors, so can anybody who’s feeling like a runt. The book shows children how through hard work and determination, anyone can achieve their goals.
- Lola Goes to the Doctor:Lola is nervous about going to the doctor, but discovers she’s a bigger dog than she thought.
- Lola & Tattletale Zeke: Tattling is a huge issue, especially in kindergarten/1st grade and there are no picture books dealing with the subject. Lola and Tattletale Zeke offers a jumping-off point for classroom and family discussions.
- Lola Goes to School, NOT AVAILABLE NOW- set to come out June 1st– : Children will identify with Lola as she faces first-day-of-school jitters.