Customer Reviews: Hello, Sweetie Pie (Lola Books)
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on August 16, 2000
Lola is having a great first day of school until Lulu asks if she has a nickname at home. When Lola replies that her parents call her baby-cake, sweetie pie or fairy princess, Lulu and the other children can't stop laughing. But Lola soon learns that everyone from the police officer to the baker has a silly nickname. When Lulu makes a surprising confession, Lola learns an important lesson about sharing. Hello, Sweetie Pie is a delightful and entertaining tale of little hamsters is so well written by Carl Norac and illustrated by Claude Dubos that young readers will be able to instantly identify with these charming characters and easily absorb their life lessons.
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on March 11, 2001
Claude Dubois' inviting drawings lend to an appreciation of this very simple story of parental endearments, which embarrass a daughter when friends tease. She loves her parents and wonder if everyone has an affectionate nickname in this gentle picturebook story of a mouse and friends.
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Does your little one have a nickname? Well, we happen to call our young daughter "sweetie pie", amongst other lovable nicknames and when I saw this title at our local library, I could not wait to share it with my 5-year-old. The story centers around an adorable little hamster named Lola who shares with her friends at school that her parents have nicknames for her, i.e. "sweetie pie", "babycake", and "fairy princess". Poor Lola feels sad and upset when her friends begin making fun of her by teasing her mercilessly. She then goes around asking grown-ups if they had nicknames as children and their answers make her feel a whole lot better.

Any child who has a nickname, and I'm guessing that's a large number will adore this cute story populated with a bunch of adorable hamsters. The illustrations are sweet and lovable, and the hamsters appear to have 'real' personalities. The story itself is one that both children and grown-ups will relate to and it makes for a perfect bedtime read. Also recommended: I Love You So Much and I Love to Cuddle.
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on May 27, 2015
Very good condition!
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