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February 2019 Book of the Month | A Julia Eccleshare Pick of the Month February 2019

Charmingly produced, this is a beautifully illustrated and designed book which makes the very best use of its stylish illustrations and layout to tell an important story about friendship and its complications. Lula and Lenka enjoy and acknowledge their many differences while also remaining steadfastly good friends. It doesn’t matter that Lula loves talking and Lenka loves drawing. Or that Lenka loves cats and Lula loves dogs. But then they have an argument and words are said which hurt. Now they don’t want to play together or even speak to each other. But that feels all wrong too. How can the two girls make things better. Friends everywhere and of all ages will recognise the intensity of these two little girls’ friendship and will be willing them on to make it up!.

Julia Eccleshare M.B.E

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I love this book 100/100!

The two girls not being friends was really interesting. I love the story! 100/100! I love the detailed pictures. I like Lula and Lenka the same. I am more like Lula, she has my talking, I'm messy and never tidy my room, or make my bed (giggles). She is the same as me, I love her! Thank you for my book love Sarah 5

Sarah devoured this book minutes after it came through the door this morning. Beautiful cover and wonderful presentation!

Sarah Simmons

This book proves that friendship can be hard sometimes but it will work out in the end.

This book has lovely illustrations and is a good book for children the age of around 7-12. I really enjoyed this story. It’s an easy book to read and simple to understand. The story has two different font types to tell you who is speaking. It helped to understand the story more and I think it was a good idea. With the illustrations it wasn’t just detailed about the characters, it also had lovely backgrounds. This story was very interesting and I would definitely read it again.
I like the story because it’s a reminder that if you fall out with a friend it isn’t the end of the world and it will work out okay.
I liked the names of the characters. They were Lula and Lenka. This book is 100% going on my bookshelf.

Lily O’Dwyer

A beautiful story about the ups and downs of friendship.

This is a great book for primary school aged children. Gorgeously made in hardback with sturdy, bright and colourful pages that younger readers can hold and be involved in the reading process as well as a book that can be returned to again and again.

Fallouts happen, even between the best of friends and this book delicately handles the scenario from both Lenka and Lulu's point of views. This book is a great story about friendship while being softly educational about relationships. I like how realistic the relationship between Lulu and Lenka was - the fallout over something small and the focus on how they both feel after it - going to school separately, meeting new people and spending playtimes apart.

Charlotte Walker