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Lottie Paris and the Best Place Lottie Paris #2

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Rs and Carl loves space After joyously introducing Lottie Paris in Lottie Paris Lives Here Angela Johnson and Scott Fischer have created a brand new world for Lottie to dream in alongside a brand new frie. I felt like I was walking into something already in progress there was something missing in this story for me It's like it assumed I knew something about the title character Lottie Paris already but in truth I'm only seeing her for the first time Same with the boy Carl that she meets at the library I like the concept of two kids loving the library meeting each other there and becoming friends but the story came across in a somewhat abstract way for me that didn't really work

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The charming and spirited Lottie Paris is back and she loves the libraryLottie Paris has a favorite place The library She loves to go there and read about space She knows there are rules at the library bu. Adorable and refreshing to have a black girl into space Great into to library rules too The Return of Sherlock Holmes the libraryLottie Paris has a favorite place The library She loves The Tomato Book to go Loving Lilly there and read about space She knows The Complete Idiot's Guide to Quinoa Cookbook there are rules at Christmas Eve on Sesame Street the library bu. Adorable and refreshing An Atheist Defends Religion to have a black girl into space Great into Asian Bites: A feast of flavors from Turkey to India to Japan to library rules An Atheist Defends Religion too

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T sometimes they are not so easy to follow The library is Carl’s favorite place too And he loves to read about dinosaurs When Lottie and Carl meet they become fast friends Now Lottie reads about dinosau. Nice to show students that we read different things but we come together at the library An Atheist Defends Religion they are not so easy Asian Bites: A feast of flavors from Turkey to India to Japan to follow The library is Carl’s favorite place An Atheist Defends Religion too And he loves The Flintstones Stone Age Nursery Rhymes to read about dinosaurs When Lottie and Carl meet Herotica 4: A New Collection of Erotic Writing by Women they become fast friends Now Lottie reads about dinosau. Nice El Diablero to show students Superdate that we read different The Cooking Book things but we come The Complete Idiot's Guide to Smoothies together at Black Men Magazine Reality TV Issue with bonus 2012 Calendar (Draya Michele cover) the library


10 thoughts on “Lottie Paris and the Best Place Lottie Paris #2

  1. says:

    First I love love love the illustrations in this book and hoped the story which is a great length for reading aloud would lend itself well to pre school library tours but alas I don't think it will I plan to test this outSecondly I appreciated that Lottie Paris's race wasn't remarked on that her father took her to the library that she loves space and that Carl's ride to the library was his hipster sister So refreshingly modern Lastly I defy you to show me a children's librarian who would frown on bubble blowing in the library


  2. says:

    Love this book Illustrations are fantastic Lottie Paris is an adorable African American girl who loves spaceand the library We're first introduced to her interest in space as she prepares to visit the library and then meet other characters by way of their interests as well Eventually all meet up at the best place which is the library This would be great for a class visit and with older prek or school age kids Characters are really hip looking school age kids


  3. says:

    Adorable and refreshing to have a black girl into space Great into to library rules too


  4. says:

    Nice to show students that we read different things but we come together at the library


  5. says:

    Parents need to know that Lottie Paris and the Best Place is the second in a picture book series that began with Lottie Paris Lives Here This one is all about how much the exuberant imaginative Lottie loves the library and features her new friend Carl It's a great book for early readers both boys and girls and introduces kids to library etiuette with a light humorous touchEducational valueAs an early reader book it easily takes children through some of the important rules of going to the library and how to carefully maintain borrowed booksPositive messagesLottie Paris and the Best Place describes the fun as well as the responsibilities of patronizing the library It shows children how the library can help them explore their interests and be place where they can share their adventures with friendsPositive role modelsMain character Lottie is a positive example of a child with a great imagination and love of reading Her personality is bright vibrant and shows readers how fun the library can beViolence scarinessNot applicableLanguageNot applicableThis is from commonsensemediaorgBooklist February 1 2013 Vol 109 No 11Preschool Kindergarten Lottie an exuberant African American preschooler returns in a second zestful picture book Lottie likes to wake beneath the stars and in a sure nod to Madeleine L’Engle the swiftly tilting planets that adorn her ceiling Her favorite activity however is visiting the best place in the world—the library—where she knows she shouldn’t yell or color in the books and where she “follows the rules mostly” Carl a dinosaur devotee also remembers not to blow bubbles in the library or spill food on books—sometimes When these two enthusiastic readers meet in the children’s book room an instant friendship forms The bright gouache paintings swirling with texture and patterns depict a child’s perspective in which Lottie’s Papa Pete and other adults remain obscured while Lottie and Carl’s parallel play or in this case parallel dreaming builds their friendship A delightful book for sharing before a trip to the library during library storytime or simply to activate a preschooler’s imaginationHorn Book Guide Fall 2013Lottie Lottie Paris Lives Here and Carl meet in the children's book room at the library which they each respectively consider their best place Lottie's passion is planets and stars while Carl's interest is in dinosaurs but it's their love of reading that cements the friendship Energetic mixed media illustrations complement the exuberant characters' zest for the libraryKirkus Reviews February 1 2013Librarians get out your order pads; this picture book homage to libraries is a charmer Lottie Paris' dad takes her to the library where she looks for books on planets and stars Carl's sister drives him to the library where he finds dinosaur books For both the library is the best place in the world Lottie Paris knows the rules no dogs no yelling no coloring on the pages Carl knows not to blow bubbles in front of the librarian not to eat yogurt or to read books under the table while pretending people's feet are dinosaur snacks Naturally Lottie Paris and Carl meet when they are looking for their favorite books and discover that not only is the library the best place to find books it's also the best place to be friends The mixed media illustrations gouache linocuts stamping and airbrush inject exuberance into the simple storyline Carl is redheaded and freckle faced and Lottie Paris is African American with a brown Afro The scenes extend off the pages drawing attention to the details that embellish the text Bound to be a favorite for storytimes classroom sharing and pre library visits After all libraries are the best placePicture book 5 8School Library Journal March 1 2013K Gr 2 Lottie Paris is back after her debut in Lottie Paris Lives Here S S 2011 She's still the same lively imaginative child this time decked out in large purple boots Waking up one morning in her canopy bed decorated with stars and planets and spaceships she imagines herself floating among them And on a full spread she smiles dreamily Soon Papa Pete is walking her to the library As in the earlier book adults are present but just barely Their legs or hands or shoulders are seen but never their faces The focus is clearly on Lottie and her soon to be new friend Carl She is excited to be in the best place but she still knows mostly that you can't yell let your dog inside or draw in the books Meanwhile Carl is waking up happy to be among the dinosaurs decorating his bed sheets and room Soon his big sister Eva is driving him to the library his best place as well Carl also knows mostly a few rules about the library don't blow bubbles keep your yogurt away from the books and don't crawl under tables pretending that adults' feet are dinosaur snacks It's inevitable that Lottie Paris and Carl will meet as they stroll down the aisles that hold their favorite subjects astronomy and dinosaurs Together they relax on the big furniture lost in their books and thoughts This is a sweet story about friendship libraries books and dreams Fischer's stylized yet realistic illustrations are rendered in gouache using different applications They capture the children's spirit in their charming and sometimes goofy expressions A fine choice Roxanne Burg Orange County Public Library CA c Copyright 2013 Library Journals LLC a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source Inc No redistribution permitted


  6. says:

    Cute pictures The protagonist is adorable and I certainly appreciate the library love However What an awful prohibitive library this book depicts No bubbles no coloring no dogs? This does not reflect my library and if I did a read aloud with this book I'd have to provide sooo much additional context about these and other restrictions Yes bubbles I end my story times with bubbles Yes you can color Would you like a coloring sheet and some crayons? That service dog is most definitely allowed in this library Etc


  7. says:

    I felt like I was walking into something already in progress there was something missing in this story for me It's like it assumed I knew something about the title character Lottie Paris already but in truth I'm only seeing her for the first time Same with the boy Carl that she meets at the library I like the concept of two kids loving the library meeting each other there and becoming friends but the story came across in a somewhat abstract way for me that didn't really work


  8. says:

    I thought it was a wonderfully Illustrated book It was a very good book and simple to read to my preschooler I liked how it had a lot to do with the characters in the book loving books and their library visits Being my daughter loves the library and books my daughter really enjoyed this and I would recommend


  9. says:

    Lottie Paris loves the library She obeys most of the rules most of the time Carl's favourite place is the library too He obeys some of the rules some of the time Despite their differences the two young strangers become friends Wonderful illustrations and a story that shows young readers how great the library is


  10. says:

    Plenty of good stuff to see here Lottie Paris loves space stuff and books She's a really interesting girl Her dad takes her to the library where she breaks some rules one of them a bad one and meets another cool boy whose into dinosaur A friendship is born from their common love of books


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