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Lollopy, the little rabbit, and his friends plan a fitness competition. But is winning always the most important goal in life?

About the Author

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 her further education as Clinical Research Nurse and worked in that field to gain lots of experience. She has a passion for reading, art and children. And so, one thing leads to another. She started to write children's books. 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 is also working on new children books, her art skills and on her Florida State Nursing License. For more Information go to GritWeinstein.com and LollopyAndFriends.com

Product Details

  • File Size: 1409 KB
  • Print Length: 54 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Health Colonel Publishing (October 13, 2010)
  • Publication Date: October 13, 2010
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0047743H8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,673,971 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Grit Weinstein was born and raised in Germany. After finishing her education as a nurse she moved to Zurich,Switzerland . Where she was living and working for more then 12 years. During this time,she finished a further education as Clinical Research Nurse and worked in that field quiet a bit to gain experience. Grit never expected to write children books. But she has a passion for reading ,art and children. And so, one leads to another,she started to write her first children book. Her first children's book, The Tale of the Little Duckling will be available June/July 2010. Grit lives with her husband, Lt. Col. Bob Weinstein, a well known Fitness Instructor and book author in South Florida, where she not only enjoys the sunny weather, she also is working on new children books, art and Florida State Nursing License. She can be contacted through her publisher and husband Lt. Col. Bob Weinstein, USAR-Ret. at thehealthcolonel@beachbootcamp.net.
For more Information's go to : www.gritweinstein.com

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Format: Kindle Edition
This charming picture book offers gentle lessons linking fun and friendship with physical activity. The book presents the idea that competition can be fun. It makes the further point that winning isn't the most important goal. The bright, friendly illustrations and simple text will appeal to the four to eight year old in your life. This book would be a wonderful way to start talking with young children about friendship, competition, and the importance everyone feeling good about themselves.

Carla Roeder
Author of 'From Here to Everlasting'
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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!
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Format: Hardcover
A fine book 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 on important themes.
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Format: Paperback
The illustrations are just right for this age group, though I would have liked the author to also use a graphic artist to give a better layout rather than the simple page to page of picture to text.I don't wish to be picky but if the target age is 4-6 years, then the use of words like 'rejoiced' 'mentioned,'figured,'instead of a simple 'said,' can be confusing as is 'excellent,' instead of just 'good.'
The theme of the story is to show that taking part in competitions is more important than winning. As the story brings us to the animal Olympic Games, I was disappointed that the events were dismissed in one sentence near the end. I think the children would have loved to read how the animals performed. Sniffy came in last,and Lollopy came first-how did it happen? Although Lollopy makes an overlong speech at the end to comfort poor Sniffy, I'm not sure it works.Being a UK author, I am concerned at the price of this book, as similar books retail around $7, but maybe prices are higher in the USA. There are other books by this author, using the same illustrator, and children should find them entertaining.
Brian Lux (Award Winning 'Court of Foxes.')
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