[ Read ] ➲ Koala Lou Author Mem Fox – Sigilo.us

[ Read ] ➲ Koala Lou  Author Mem Fox – Sigilo.us
  • Paperback
  • 32 pages
  • Koala Lou
  • Mem Fox
  • English
  • 04 February 2017
  • 0152000763

Koala Lou When Koala Lou S Mother Becomes So Busy That She Forgets To Tell Her Firstborn How Much She Loves Her, Koala Lou Enters The Bush Olympics, Intending To Win An Event And Her Mother S Love All At One Time A First Rate Choice For Bedtime, Story Hour, Or Reading Aloud The Horn Book

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10 thoughts on “Koala Lou

  1. says:

    Oh, Mem Fox I m really not sure about the message this book sends to children I think it is supposed to be that trying isimportant than succeeding and that your parents will love you even if you fail What it actually says is that working mothers ignore and neglect their children and that the only way to get affection ...

  2. says:

    There s virtually nothing Mem Fox has written that I won t read and this book is no exception Koala Lou is a sweet natured, content baby koala secure in the love of her mama who tell her everyday Koala Lou I DO love you But the years pass and Lou now has baby brother s and sisters who take up lots of mama s time so she no longer has time to tell ...

  3. says:

    I loved the illustrations in this book The story itself had some great moments Mama Koala loves Koala Lou no matter what and Koala Lou works hard to accomplish her goal however, I didn t like that the story seems to say the parents who have multiple children neglect t...

  4. says:

    Book 6, Day 6 Mini Family Classics from News Limited.First published in 1988.30ish pagesAuthor Mem FoxIllustrator Pamela LoftsWhen you ask an Aussie to name an iconic children s picture book author, Mem Fox s name will appear 9 times out of 10 And if you ask this hypothetical person to name one of her books It ll probably be Possum Magic but Koala Lou would come a close second.Born in Australia, educated in Africa and England, now based in South Australia, Fox s books demonstrate her Book 6, Day 6 Mini Family Classics from News Limited.First published in 1988.30ish pagesAuthor Mem FoxIllustrator Pamela LoftsWhen you ask an Aussie to name an iconic children s picture book author, Mem Fox s name will appear 9 times out of 10 And if you ask this hypothetical person to name one of her books It ll probably be Possum Magic but Koala Lou would come a close second.Born in Australia, educated in Africa and England, now based in South Australia, Fox s books demonstrate her love of Australia, it s animals and people, but also the blendi...

  5. says:

    From the day she was born, all the bush animals loved soft and cuddly Koala Lou, but it was her mother who loved her the most All day long her mother would praise her beloved baby saying, Koala Lou, I DO love you But the years pass and Koala Lou s mother has many other children that take up her time Her mother is too busy to express her love as she used to and Koala Lou longs to hear those words again, so she decides to train to win the gum tree climbing event at the Bush Olympics Even tho ...

  6. says:

    This is the first book I have read from Mem Fox, one of my favorite authors, that didn t quite convince me The story is about a lovely koala named Koala Lou who seems to feel like she isn t getting enough love from her mom Her family has grown and her mom is pretty busy, so she seems to forget to tell Koala Lou, as often as she did before, that she loves her Koala Lou decides to enter the Bush Olympics to get her mother s attention She does not win, but her mom, of course tells her she loves This is the first book I have read from Mem Fox, one of my favorite authors, that didn t quite convince me The story is about a lovely koala named Koala Lou who seems to feel like she isn t getting enough love from her mom Her family has grown and her mom is pretty busy, so she seems to forget to tell Koala Lou, as often as she did before, that she loves her Koala Lou decides to enter the Bush Olympics to get her mother s attention She does not win, but her mom, of course tells her she loves her.Now, the reason it didn t quite convince me is because of the message it seems to portray, that you have to outshine others to get the attention you want It seemed to imply some level of jealousy and say that it is fine, just work harder to get what you want.On a separate point I noticed that the illustrations enhanced the story capturing things that are were...

  7. says:

    Read this book and then tell me you haven t fallen in love with koalas This story tackles the common feeling of not enough motherly love to go round When Koala Lou is born EVERYONE loves her, but none as much as her Mom who reminds of the fact 100 times a day But the inevitable happens and siblings arrive and Koala Lou wishes her mother would repeat those words So she comes up with a plan She will compete in the bush Olympics Winning her event will surely assure her mother s love sound fa Read this book and then tell me you haven t fallen in love with koalas This story tackles the common feeling of not enough motherly love to go round When Koala Lou is born EVERYONE loves her, but none as much as her Mom who reminds of the fact 100 times a day But the inevitable happens and siblings arrive and Koala Lou wishes her mother would repeat those words So she comes up with a plan She ...

  8. says:

    When Koala Lou s mother becomes so busy that she forgets to tell her firstborn how much she loves her, Koala Lou enters the Bush Olympics, intending to win an event and her mother s love all at one time A first rate choice for bedtime, story hour, or reading aloud The Horn Book

  9. says:

    Holy crap these illustrations are creepy.

  10. says:

    Worried his mother doesn t love him as much as she used to, a young koala tries to gain her attention by participating in the Bush Olympics When he fails to win, he worries now that he will never hear Momma say she loves him A good book for...

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