Lucille easy early reader

  • Title: Lucille
  • Author: Arnold Lobel
  • ISBN: 9780064440967
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Paperback
  • easy early reader

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      Published :2018-012-21T05:32:15+00:00

    1 thought on “Lucille”

    1. I collect old I-Can-Read books and this one is a keeper for the collection. Lucille is just a pure fun, silly story. Arnold Lobel is a favourite children's illustration and this is a book that he both wrote and illustrated. One of the easier books to read with only one or two sentences per page and illustrations done in a profusion of pink, yellow and orange to match the mood. Lucille the horse is tired of being a dirty mess all the time pulling the farmer's plow. One day the farmer's wife, who [...]

    2. This is a great picture book for my special needs middle school students. It teaches important lessons about appearance and being happy with who you are--instead of trying to be someone else. It's a fun read and I love the old-fashioned coloring throughout that fits its 1964 copyright date.

    3. An older book, this is rather funny. My 3 year old got a good chuckle seeing the horse in high heel red shoes and then later eating pink roses and a hat. A nice beginning book, simple and cute.

    4. I read this for the first time recently and I fell in love with Lucille! This is such a good read-aloud for kids. I'm hoping to add it to my collection soon!

    5. So sweet and funny! Arnold Lobel's pictures in the book are wonderful. Lucille the horse belongs to a farmer. When she looks in a puddle she sees that she is dull and dirty. So when they go to town, the farmer's wife buys Lucille a hat, shoes and a dress. Later, Lucille wishes she was out plowing the fields instead of listening to the radio with the farmer's wife. When the ladies come and meet her, Lucille gets nervous and runs out of the house into the fields. She is glad to be a plain, happy h [...]

    6. I had this book when I was a kid and loved it. I am honestly thinking of finding one to read to my nephew. <3 this book.

    7. I always loved this book as a kid! Lucille is so funny. I hope to have a copy of my own someday--same yellow-backed copy :)

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