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Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy

By Tracy Moore, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Fun sequel shows compromise beats conflict at playground.

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The Ladybug Girl series is a great set of books for the preschooler or kindergartener learning about imaginative play. Kids sorting out the ups and downs of playground fun will relate as Lulu struggles to resolve conflicts between her own wishes and her friend's. Parents will find these tales helpful for addressing issues of sharing, cooperation, and considerate behavior at school and on the playground. The watercolor-and-ink drawings vividly convey the urgency of these very real childhood dramas.

Plus, it never hurts to teach children how to have fun with nothing but sticks and everyday objects.

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