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by Garry Parsons,Karen Wallace

ePub Ooh La La, Lottie! (I Am Reading) download
Author:
Garry Parsons,Karen Wallace
ISBN13:
978-0753457160
ISBN:
0753457164
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Publisher:
Kingfisher (October 14, 2004)
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Subcategory:
Literature & Fiction
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1763 kb
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Rating:
4.5
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Ooh La La, Lottie! I Am Reading. Karen Wallace; Garry Parsons. Lottie loves nothing more than her dog, Patrick Karen Wallace is the award-winning author of more than ninety books for kids.

Ooh La La, Lottie! I Am Reading. Lottie loves nothing more than her dog, Patrick. Patrick won't eat vegetables, so why should she? Soon, though, Lottie's diet of bread and cheese turns her into a mouse! Patrick thinks he has lost his best friend. But when the neighborhood cat plots against Lottie, Patrick saves the day. Connect with the author. MACMILLAN NEWSLETTER. Karen Wallace is the award-winning author of more than ninety books for kids.

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Lottie loves nothing more than her dog, Patrick. Patrick won't eat vegetables, so why should she? Soon, though, Lottie's diet of bread and cheese turns her into a mouse Patrick thinks he has lost his best friend.

Lottie La Belle loves her dog Patrick very much. The I Am Reading series provides just the right balance of challenge and support for newly independent readers. Patrick won’t eat vegetables, so why should she? Lottie turns to eating bread and cheese morning, noon and night. Her piano teacher is the first to notice a change. Large, easy-to-read type, satisfying stories by top writers and cheerful full-colour pictures help children make the transition from picture books to chapter books. Each book includes a bookmark flap, tips for beginner readers and either short, numbered chapters or two short stories. Books by Karen Wallace. I Am Reading with CD: Albert's Raccoon.

Garry Parsons was commissioned to illustrate the story for an episode of CBeebies ‘Driver Dan’s Story Train’. Ooh La La Lottie! Warning! Eating too much of the same thing has consequences! Especially cheese. This story is called "The Cat Just Sat" and was first broadcast December 2011. Written by Karen Wallace. Published by Kingfisher.

Oh La La Lottie is Karen's second title in the I Am Reading series - her first, Albert's Raccoon, was published in 2001. Karen lives in Kington, Herefordshire. Garry Parsons' work has been published by Random House, Puffin, Egmont and Walker Books. Garry has won many awards including the Perth & Kinross Word's Out! Picture Book Prize 2006, Nottingham Children's Book Award 2005 and the Red House Children's Book Award 2004. In his leisure time Garry is a long-distance runner and he ran in the 2007 London marathon.

I Am Reading: Oh La La Lottie by Karen Wallace from Macmillan Children's Books - perfect for back to school today!

Are you the Pirate Captain? Gareth P. Jones Garry Parsons. Daisy and the Trouble with Burglars. Kes Gray Nick Sharratt, Garry Parsons.

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Ooh La La, Lottie!, illustrated by Garry Parsons, Kingfisher (Boston, MA), 2004. I Can Swim!, Dorling Kindersley (New York, NY), 2004. I Am a Diplodocus, illustrated by Mike Bostock, Hodder (London, England), 2004. I Am a Quetzalcoatlus, illustrated by Mike Bostock, Hodder (London, England), 2004. The Secret of the Crocodiles ("Lady Violet Winters" series), illustrated by Mike Bostock, Simon & Schuster (London, England), 2005.

Lottie loves nothing more than her dog, Patrick. Patrick won't eat vegetables, so why should she? Soon, though, Lottie's diet of bread and cheese turns her into a mouse! Patrick thinks he has lost his best friend. But when the neighborhood cat plots against Lottie, Patrick saves the day.
  • Lottie is a little girl who loves her dog Patrick. Patrick doesn't have to eat vegetables so she decides that she won't eat them either. Lottie decides to eat only bread and cheese. Something strange starts to happen to Lottie she turns into a rat! Partick comes up with an idea that he hopes will save Lottie and make her a little girl again! Read Ooh La La Lottie to find out!

  • Ooh La La Lottie! is a fun book that is wonderful for that kindergarten child who would like to make the "jump" to chapter books. Chapters are about 4 pages long (about right), and the vocabulary is easy enough to sound out. I would highly suggest it for the parent of a kindergartener.