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Ladybug Girl and the Big Snow

By Tracy Moore, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 3+

Ladybug Girl tackles snow play in fun, imaginative tale.

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The Ladybug Girl series is a cut above. Although it puts a modern heroine in a costume that marries a ladybug with a ballerina, it has a timeless feel as it navigates the boredom and pleasure of preschool playtime. In LADYBUG GIRL AND THE BIG SNOW, Lulu confronts the winter landscape, and, using the same determination and pluck she has camping or at the beach, she nurtures an interest in nature, passes the time, gets creative, and lets her mind imagine all sorts of fun adventures.

Kids who love winter snow play and snowman building will relish this seasonal adventure, and parents can continue to nurture wonderment at nature, the value of independent play, and the importance of unstructured time in developing creativity.

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