Lulu the One and Only
There’s a girl named Lulu. She’s mixed and looks different from her parents. People keep asking her what she is, and she hates that question. She has a brother, Zane, and he has a special phrase to tell people when they ask him that question. Zane helps Lulu by telling her it’s more important about who you are, not what you are. Lulu tries to think of her own phrase. Will Lulu be able to think of a phrase to tell people about who she is? I don’t like how people tease Lulu and Zane because they don’t look like their parents. I like how the story shows kids can think of a phrase if they get asked that question. It’s funny how Lulu solves her problem with Zane’s help. I like how the story shows the kids like who they are even though they get teased. I’m glad Lulu makes a new friend at the end. I recommend the book to kids in mixed families because they might understand what Lulu is going through.
|Author||Lynnette Mawhinney, with illustrations by Jennie Poh|
|Page Count||32 pages|
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