Lola quiere un gato

Lola quiere un gato❰Download❯ ➵ Lola quiere un gato Author Anna McQuinn – Heartforum.co.uk Now available in Spanish Popular, book loving Lola returns with a pet in the fifth adventure of the Lola Reads seriesMommy says that a cat is a lot of work, so Lola practices caring for her stuffed ki Now available in Spanish Popular, book loving Lola returns with a pet in the fifth adventure of the Lola Reads seriesMommy says that a Lola quiere PDF/EPUB or cat is a lot of work, so Lola practices caring for her stuffed kittens and reads lots of cat books With Mommy, she researches pet adoption, shops for food and supplies, and visits an animal shelter Finally, Lola chooses her cat and is patient while her new friend settles in at home.

I am so lucky to spend my life working with books and stories I ve run groups for babies, toddlers and their parents in Lola quiere PDF/EPUB or libraries, reading stories and introducing children and carers to great books I spend time writing and I m Editor at Large for the magnificent independent publisher, AlannaMax in the UKIn my spare time, I read what a wonderful life There are some Children s Books on my shelves obviously but for acomprehensive selection of children s recommendations, look at Lulu s shelves.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 28 pages
  • Lola quiere un gato
  • Anna McQuinn
  • 15 December 2019

10 thoughts on “Lola quiere un gato

  1. Sheri says:

    Lola is a great model for kids She wants a cat and she does her homework , learning all about cats and how to care for them Great for teaching kids about the responsibilities of having a pet, and the importance of not rushing into things I love that they use the library for research that is not seen much these days, especially in children.

  2. Tasha says:

    Continuing the Lola series, this book is all about Lola wanting a pet of her own Lola s mother says that cats are a lot of work, so Lola researches about cats and starts to practice on her stuffed toy cat, Dinah Eventually, her mother agrees that Lola can have her own cat They go to the shelter where one cat picks out Lola The family shops for all of the items they will need to take care of their new pet Lola practices a lot of patience, letting her new pet settle in before trying to play Continuing the Lola series, this book is all about Lola wanting a pet of her own Lola s mother says that cats are a lot of work, so Lola researches about cats and starts to practice on her stuffed toy cat, Dinah Eventually, her mother agrees that Lola can have her own cat They go to the shelter where one cat picks out Lola The family shops for all of the items they will need to take care of their new pet Lola practices a lot of patience, letting her new pet settle in before trying to play The two of them steadily become great friends with lots of snuggles.There is a gorgeous warmth to all of the Lola books and this one is no exception The strong family dynamic is shown once again here as well with Lola s parents making sure that she is capable of caring for a pet before allowing her to have one The book has a strong focus not only on Lola s wishes for a pet but on the importance of allowing the pet to be happy as well.Beardshaw s illustrations are full of small details that add to the warm feel There are drawings of cats around the rooms Lola s interest in cats is evident from her patterned pajamas to the barrette in her hair to the decorations in her room As she practices to own a cat, the emphasis is on effort not perfection as Lola spills water All of these elements add up to show children that they too can one day care for an animal in their own way.A lovely book about pet ownership that shows the importance of giving a new pet space and time to find their own way Appropriate for ages 2 4

  3. Peacegal says:

    What a delightful book Lola loves cats and wants one of her very own So she practices caring for her toy cat and the whole family heads to the library to check out books about cat care Once they re sufficiently well read, Lola and the fam visit the animal shelter and choose a kitty There s wonderful modelling of pet care here, from doing research before bringing a new pet home to giving Kitty plenty of quiet and space to settle in And of course, it s so nice to see the characters visiting a What a delightful book Lola loves cats and wants one of her very own So she practices caring for her toy cat and the whole family heads to the library to check out books about cat care Once they re sufficiently well read, Lola and the fam visit the animal shelter and choose a kitty There s wonderful modelling of pet care here, from doing research before bringing a new pet home to giving Kitty plenty of quiet and space to settle in And of course, it s so nice to see the characters visiting a cat shelter to find their new friend LOLA GETS A CAT is a winner and a wonderful addition to any personal collection, school or public library, or humane education curriculum

  4. Earl says:

    I love the Lola series because she s part of such a literate family, making regular trips to the library And, in this instance, when she wants a cat, she first reads about what it ll entail to be a pet owner Great example for kids.

  5. Elisabeth says:

    What a satisfying picture book Lola loves cats So do I She has pictures of cats, drawings of cats, stuffed animal cats, cat statuettes, books about cats but no real cat I love that she practices pet ownership and researches adopting a cat with Mommy s help before actually getting one Caution kids who read this book might want to get a cat of their own

  6. Casandria says:

    A great book about getting ready to become a pet owner, and what it s actually like And the illustrations are the best CatsKittensPets

  7. Miss Sarah says:

    A great primer for someone getting a cat Lola wants one badly but mama says no until Lola learns all she ll have to do Simple enough for toddlers and takes you through each step in getting and bringing a cat home.

  8. Tara says:

    Lola wants a cat, but mommy says they are a lot of work Lola decides to do some research and heads to the library Finally, mommy says that Lola can adopt a cat They go to a shelter and pick out the perfect cat.Especially love that they get their cat from a shelter rather than a pet store.

  9. Kristina Jean Lareau says:

    Lola wants a cat but must learn how to take care of one and how to adopt one first.A sweet story about learning and responsibility and owning a cat Win Win Win.

  10. Mathew says:

    Young children often get to the point when they want a pet of their own which they can care for and parent but acknowledging the responsibilities can be a challenging leap to take So what do Lulu and her mother do They head to the library of course and read about it At home, Lulu plays looking after a kitten with her toys until finally, together, they head to a pet shelter Before Lulu is allowed to take home a cat, the employee at the shelter gives Lulu a list of jobs and items that she ll Young children often get to the point when they want a pet of their own which they can care for and parent but acknowledging the responsibilities can be a challenging leap to take So what do Lulu and her mother do They head to the library of course and read about it At home, Lulu plays looking after a kitten with her toys until finally, together, they head to a pet shelter Before Lulu is allowed to take home a cat, the employee at the shelter gives Lulu a list of jobs and items that she ll need in order to acclimatise her newest family member to her house Bowls, litter trays and play materials I can see why the National Cats Adoption Centre gave this book their seal of approval The pace throughout the picturebook is well managed There is no rush, just time and care and Lulu is understanding and reflective well, she is a reader The fifth book in the Lulu series marries much of what remains important to Anna McQuinn which is that need for a diverse world in children s literature and to promote the importance of libraries A lovely book with a kind, caring family

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