How to Lose A Lemur

How to Lose A Lemur

Book - 2013
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Everyone knows that once a lemur takes a fancy to you there is not much that can be done about it. That's just what happens to a little boy when a lemur begins to follow him in the park one day--and more of the adoring animals join in. The boy does everything to ditch the playful creatures, from jumping on a train to flying in a hot-air balloon to climbing the highest mountain. But nothing works--AND he's lost, too! It's then that his constant companions show just why they make the very best of friends. The parade of lovable lemurs, and the playful illustrations, will have children laughing, reading this again and again-and wishing they could have a pet like that, too.
Publisher: New York, NY :, Sterling Children's Books, an imprint of Sterling Publishing,, ©2013.
Edition: First Sterling edition.
ISBN: 9781454911319
Branch Call Number: Z PRE
Characteristics: 34 unnumbered pages : colour illustrations ; 27 cm.

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mmcbeth29
May 15, 2015

A young boy has suddenly attracted the interest of a lemur. And, "Everyone knows that once a lemur takes a liking to you, there is not much that can be done about it." The boy tries to get away from the lemur by hiding, but more lemurs come along to join the chase. The boy tries everything including taking a train and jumping in a boat. He travels far away. But suddenly, he realizes he is lost. Luckily, he has attracted some lemurs who show him the way home. The boy realizes, they may not be so bad after all.

The illustrations appear to be created with pencil and pastel. They are highly textured, colorful, and simple for the younger readers.

Although the plot is pretty simple in this book, it is a cute story. The lemurs are adorable. I like how they backtracked the way they came which helps the younger readers to follow the story. This story is a good chance for children to learn more about a new animal too. It is recommended for ages 3-5, but I think first graders will enjoy it as well. Because of the simple wording, it will also work well as an early read alone book.

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libraryeri
Sep 24, 2014

libraryeri thinks this title is suitable for between the ages of 2 and 5

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