Saturday, December 29, 2012
Little Leah Lou and Her Pink Tu by Teasha Seitz
Little Leah Lou and Her Pink Tu introduces a spunky girl who figures out that disappointment needn’t be more than a passing phase and perception is the key to happiness. Like little girls everywhere, little Leah Lou is obsessed with playing princess and wears her pink tutu wherever she goes. But when she wears her tutu to the zoo, she encounters a giraffe with the munchies and is left with just half a tutu. Her solution to her tutu tragedy will surprise and amuse young readers and wins little Leah Lou the admiration of one of the zoo’s flashiest residents.
Little Leah Lou and her Pink Tu is a cute children’s book. I really liked the author's sense of humor. Even though it’s a children’s book, I got a couple chuckles out of it. I liked how resourceful Leah Lou was. When her pink tutu got destroyed, she was only sad about it for a little while. She didn’t sit around and mourn the loss of her pink tutu. She did something about it. She created a pink tu which looked adorable. The book teaches a great lesson. When something bad happens, make the best of it. I really liked all of the illustrations. My favorite illustration is one of Little Leah Lou standing by the peacocks. Her tu is all puffed up and so are all of the peacocks tails. It looks like all three of them have peacock tails. The drawing is really cute. This is a fun children’s book. I recommend it to girls three and older.
I give Little Leah Lou and her Pink Tu: 5/5.
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I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. I was in no way compensated for this review.