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Lola Goes to School

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Spunky Lola embarks on a new adventure—the first day of school!

Lola and her family prepare for the first day of school the night before, then get up early, take pictures, and head to class. Lola puts her things in her cubby, chooses her activities, reads, plays, and has a snack. Before she knows it, it's time to sing the good-bye song and rush into Mommy's arms for a warm reunion. A comforting, cheerful read that demystifies the school day for preschoolers and kindergarteners.

ISBN-13: 9781580899383

Media Type: Hardcover

Publisher: Charlesbridge

Publication Date: 06-11-2019

Pages: 32

Product Dimensions: 8.50(w) x 9.70(h) x 0.50(d)

Age Range: 2 - 5 Years

Series: Lola Reads #6

Anna McQuinn has worked in children's books for more than twenty-five years as an editor, publisher, and writer. She is the author of more than twenty books for children, including Lola at the Library, Lola Loves Stories, Lola Reads to Leo, The Sleep Sheep (Scholastic), and If You're Happy and You Know It! (Barefoot). Anna leads groups like Leo's at her local library. Rosalind Beardshaw loved drawing from early childhood and from a young age decided she wanted to become an illustrator. She studied at Manchester Polytechnic where she earned a degree in illustration. Since graduating in 1992, she has illustrated many children's books, including two of her own stories; Grandma's Beach and Grandpa's Surprise (Bloomsbury) inspired by long summer holidays spent with her playful grandparents. Animals have also played a large part in her work. Her lurcher, Basil is proving to be a constant source of inspiration for new characters! In her spare time, Rosalind works as a volunteer with adults who have learning difficulties. She lives in York, England.

Read an Excerpt

Tomorrow is a big day for Lola. She is starting school! It will be a bit like story time at the library, but Lola will stay by herself.

Lola visited the school last month. She knows what to expect. Nana gave Lola fun pencils for school. Ty gave her a water bottle.

Lola wants to wear her party dress to school. Mommy says maybe not. So Lola chooses her jumping pants and sunny top.