Lollopy Goes Olympic

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Lollopy Goes Olympic is a heart warming story with colorful illustrations about the true meaning of winning, losing and friendships. Lollopy, the rabbit, and his animal friends, Sniffy, Dory, Maddy and Paddy, decide to organize their very own winter Olmypic games. Find out how Sniffy becomes a real winner even though he comes in last. This is the second children's life lesson story after The Tale

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About Grit Weinstein

Grit Weinstein was born and raised in Germany. After finishing her education as a nurse, she moved to Zurich, Switzerland where she lived and worked for more then 12 years. During this time, she finished a further education as Clinical Research Nurse. Grit never expected to write children’s books. She has a passion for reading, art and children. And so, one thing leads to another. She started to write her first children’s book. Grit lives with her husband, Lt. Col. Bob Weinstein, a well known Fitness Instructor and author, in South Florida, where she not only enjoys the sunny weather, she also is working on more children’s books, art and her Florida State Nursing License. Grit would like to hear from you about her children’s books. Contact email:

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Review by: Karen Adamedes on Dec. 15, 2010 : (no rating)
Vibrant illustrations, fun charachters and a healthy life message combine to make "Lolloy Goes Olympic" an excellent read-to or read-with children's book.

The illustrations work well with the storyline for not-yet readers and the language is engaging and easy-to-follow for young readers. And I always enjoy a happy, feel-good ending!
(reviewed 26 days after purchase)
Review by: Rainer Kurdum on Dec. 9, 2010 :
If your kids liked "The Tale of the Littele Duckling", they will love this one. The illustrations are colourfull and charming again. And the story is great.
This time the story is about Lollopy, an athletic rabbit, who arranges some kind of olympic games for his friends.
The book issues friendship, competition and self-assurance and describes them in way that young children can understand.
A very recommendable childrens book!
(reviewed the day of purchase)
Review by: Charles Yanofsky on Nov. 19, 2010 :
A fine book that adults and small children will enjoy paging through together. Lollopy Goes Olympic is filled with colorful illustrations of the outdoors, activities and animal characters. It is written to appeal to children and generate discussion.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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