Lulupop rarely puts up a fuss, except when it comes to wearing pants. Dresses, dresses, dresses, is all she will ever wear! With time, a little drama, and no lack of imagination, Lulupop realizes that wearing dresses is not always the best choice.
I happened to have had a child who only wanted to wear blue every day so, I can somewhat relate to the precocious character Lulupop.
As kids become independent, they have different ways to show it. Many times this includes how they dress but dressing a certain way is not always best. Still, independence must be met and learned on their own.
I liked that the Mom in the story let Lulupop be independent but still reminded her of her choices and the consequences that can happen with those choices. Lulupop eventually learns the lessons her Mom tries to teach her but still does it her own way.
This is a cute book for kids that can teach about consequences. I liked the colorful colors and the repetitive words on each page. I think those help children to relate and remember.
I give it 4 stars.
Disclosure: I was given a copy of this book for my open and honest opinion. The views expressed here are 100% my own and may differ with yours. ~Naila Moon
Would you like to win a print copy of this cute book? Just enter below. Note: I am not responsible for prize distribution. Giveaway ends March 7, 2015. There will be 5 winners and this is open internationally.
Where to find the author:
Susan Lanyi lives in Montreal with her husband, three children and puppy. She is a writer and has previously been published in The Globe and Mail. When Susan is not busy writing or doing "mom stuff" she is shopping for dresses with her daughter….Too bad her daughter only wants to wear pants!
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