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Review by Paul G Day
From the Author
All Jemsbooks carry themes of life lessons. In this book the lesson is about accepting differences of others and being kind. It is a joy for me to share my stories with you and your children and grandchildren. I hope they will enjoy all my books and the creative illustrations done by my husband.
I love to hear from my readers and rejoice in receiving reviews. Thank you!
- Publication Date : March 13, 2014
- File Size : 4617 KB
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- Print Length : 28 pages
- Publisher : Janice Spina (March 13, 2014)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B00J0BJHNG
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #4,010,443 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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One day, Lamby lay in the meadow dreaming of acceptance, when he suddenly saw a wolf approaching the other white lambs. He jumped up and down, shouting to let the others know about the danger.
The white lambs ran to the barn, hiding, He had saved them. But now the wolf was looking for him. But Lamby lay flat in the meadow and the wolf couldn’t see him. So he trotted away, hungry, missing out of his meal.
The white lambs were grateful that Lamby saved them but Lamby wanted to be accepted for himself not just for what he could do.
And then one day came a little girl, Leah, dressed in... But I won’t spoil it. You have to read the story to find out what happen to Lamby.
Acceptance, even if you are different, is all what every child and adult wants.
Reviewed by children’s and adult author, Gigi Sedlmayer
Lamby the Lonely Lamb is a adorably written and illustrated picture book for the young reader. It was written for the author’s granddaughter.
And guess who comes to the rescue?
In “Lamby the Lonely Lamb,” children will find themselves around animals that are acting like they do sometimes. This story has a happy ending and very useful life lesson. Through the story, the young readers will develop logic and compassion, and receive a good education about real-life situations. Sometime, someone may rescue you when you least expect it. A great teaching book with moral lessons!
After the lambs were saved by Lamby, they gathered around to thank him--and promised to always play with him. This made him so sad, because he wanted to be accepted for who he is and not the heroic act he performed. This story has a wonderful life lesson for kids--and a great ending!
Children, parents and teachers will love this entertaining book with its charming rhymes and colorful illustrations. Get your copy; it is definitely another amazing story to add to your collection, along with the author's other books: 'Louey the Lazy Elephant' 'Ricky the Rambunctious Raccoon' and Jerry the Crabby Crayfish'
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