Clubs



Lolly Leopold, A Smart, Creative Primary School Student, Hates When It S Club Time At School She Doesn T Quite Fit With The Barbie Club Or The Kitten Club She Could Join The Lego Club, Except They Only Create Lego Wars, Something Lolly Finds Too Violent And Dreadful And The Harry Potter Club Excludes Girls By The End Of The School Year, Lolly Is One Of Only Three Students Not In A Club When These Three Discover Hidden Similarities All Their Names Have Five Letters, They Can Spell Their Names Backwards, And They Have A Taste For Watching Grass Grow They Form Their Own Club The Witty Illustrations, Sly Humor, And Inventive Jokes That Capture Lolly S Worldview Are Insightful And EntertainingClubs

Is a well-known author, some of his books are a fascination for readers like in the Clubs book, this is one of the most wanted Kate De Goldi author readers around the world.

[Read] ➪ Clubs  By Kate De Goldi – Tiffanydaniels.co.uk
  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Clubs
  • Kate De Goldi
  • English
  • 12 January 2018
  • 174114891X

10 thoughts on “Clubs

  1. says:

    This is one of my favourite children s books I bought it for my son when he was way too young 9 months because I loved the look of it so much the illustrations are absolutely gorgeous Ms Love is the kind of teacher we all wish we had at primary school thank you Miss Currie, Miss Cotton and Mrs Costain for your respective Ms Love qualities and hope our children will have at some stage in their school life When my son was 6 there was an outbreak of clubs in his class so I lent this book This is one of my favourite children s books I bought it for my son when he was way too young 9 months because I loved the look of it so much the illustrations are absolutely gorgeous Ms Love is the kind of teacher we all wish we had at primary school thank you Miss Currie, Miss Cotton and Mrs Costain for your respective Ms Love qualities and hope our children will have at some stage in their school life When my son was 6 there was an outbreak of clubs in his class so I lent this book to his teacher who was quite a bit Ms Love ish to read and it generated a great discussion and the class decided that clubs were ok as long as anyone who wanted to join them could The other reason I love it so much is it s inspired by a school that is about half an hour from where we live

  2. says:

    Quirky, colorful illustrations engage the reader in a story about how to celebrate commonalities without shutting others out Also a sentimental favorite because it s one of the children s books I picked up on a New Zealand trip.

  3. says:

    COOOOOOOOOOL pictures Great story that anyone who has been to primary school can relate too Quirky, original characters.

  4. says:

    4.5

  5. says:

    In my review of Billy, a Lolly Leopold Story by Kate De Goldi and Jacqui Colley, I mentioned the author s other book, The 10 PM Question, as one of my favorite books, but, again, these books are completely different from that book My comments about Billy and Clubs are similar, except, for some odd reason, I found the story line for Clubs to beappealing Perhaps it is because clubs are familiar to American readers, whereas Pets and Produce days are a bit of a stretchlike a county f In my review of Billy, a Lolly Leopold Story by Kate De Goldi and Jacqui Colley, I mentioned the author s other book, The 10 PM Question, as one of my favorite books, but, again, these books are completely different from that book My comments about Billy and Clubs are similar, except, for some odd reason, I found the story line for Clubs to beappealing Perhaps it is because clubs are familiar to American readers, whereas Pets and Produce days are a bit of a stretchlike a county fair than a school event Again, the pictures make the story for me Very interesting and appealing

  6. says:

    A wonderfully illustrated and wimsically written book Even though it is presented in a light manner, this could be a good lead in to discuss belonging, and exclusion from a group I think it would work well for 4th and 5th grades, as that age group starts to experience a bitof clubs in school and socially.

  7. says:

    Aaaaaaah I just noticed that Barney Kettle is Lolly Leopold s cousin I need to re read From the Cutting Room of Barney Kettle now

  8. says:

    A hilarious book about different clubs during the school years, and just trying to fit into one of them it hard enough

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