Poco

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Poco is perfect for pre-schoolers. Lisa Trusiani creates a lovable character who is not appreciated by his older brother and sister. With a light touch, Trusiani delivers a quiet adventure with bold illustrations and soothing prose. More

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Published: Jan. 28, 2011
Words: 190
Language: English
ISBN: 9781452423753
About Lisa Trusiani

When Lisa writes, she is happiest inventing stories for children. Tyger Lilly is a deft weaving of fact and fiction, and Lisa hopes readers will discover there really was a Roufus-tailed Tuft, and the Bali tiger did exist until one fateful day. Before writing Tyger Lilly, Lisa wrote more than one hundred comic book stories and drew storyboards for Marvel Comics, DC Comics and Harvey Comics and wrote a syndicated daily and Sunday comic strip appearing in over fifty newspapers nationally and internationally. Lisa has also been published by Golden Books and Houghton Mifflin. Her work for children and parents has won many awards, including several Parent’s Choice Awards, National Parenting Center Award, iParenting HOT Media Award and NAPPA Gold. Lisa lives with many animals, including one hamster, two rabbits, one dog, two boys and one man. Some of the real characters in Tyger Lilly are Zelda the bunny and Valentine the miniature shark.

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Reviews

Review by: maria concilio on April 23, 2011 : star star star star star
So cute and comforting. This book is like a cup of hot cocoa on a cold winter night. Poco finds his way into your heart and you will want to cuddle up with this book and your little reader again & again. One of our favorites.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: maria concilio on April 23, 2011 : (no rating)
So cute and comforting. This book is like a cup of hot cocoa on a cold winter night. Poco finds his way into your heart and you will want to cuddle up with this book and your little reader again & again. One of our favorites.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: gypsy55 on April 21, 2011 : star star star
A cute story. As a grandparent who is big on stories having a lesson hidden, this one fell a little short, but otherwise a good story.
A child learned in the story that some things could look the same yet be different, and of similar items could be used in different ways, to think of what could I do with this object. The area that it fell short was the ending; a chance for Poco to have let his brother and sister know they lost out and how he responded to his mother.
(reviewed long after purchase)

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