Lola Dutch again takes us on a bustling ride of imagination as she decides what she wants to be when she grows up. The problem is she wants to be everything and anything.
This book gives your children and yourself the opportunity to delve into your imagination and see what the illustrations do to inspire it. A beautiful book with so much potential.
Emily Green’s Garden is a beautiful example of a child opening adult’s eyes to curiosity, newness and using their imagination. The contrast of their very perfect beginnings to letting go creatively saw faces that beamed with an infectious joy and the community bustling on the streets, playing happily.
Each time I meet an author I am really inspired by their creativity and talent. What inspires me most about Judith is that she clearly gets great joy from her work, and this is evident when she talks about it and shares it with others.
Lemonade Jones likes to ask ‘why’, is not much of a fan of rules, finds the first day in grade 1 a bit of a challenge, and we see her go through a range of emotions that come with new things, She is bubbly, and excitable but sometimes her imagination means she stretches the truth a little
Going outside seems simple right? Just as telling you about this book should also be simple, but it’s not, I barely know where to start. It had me on edge the whole time, I was confused and even frustrated, the solutions seemed so simple but they weren’t. My heart ached, I wanted Ele to be safe, to be free, to understand what the Outside is.