Ladybug Girl and Grandpa visit the museum in the New York Times bestselling series’ latest picture book! Lulu wants to learn everything, but she discovers that sometimes you have to slow down to appreciate the wonder of what's around you.
When Lulu and Grandpa visit the museum, Lulu wants to see it all! Grandpa suggests exploring bit by bit, but Lulu can do it all—she’s Ladybug Girl! But there is so much
to see. Even Ladybug Girl may never see it all. Then Grandpa shows her something extra special: the butterfly room! Inside, Lulu slows down. She looks and listens. And she realizes that Ladybug Girl can be like a flower if she holds very still and thinks flower thoughts. When a shining blue butterfly lands on her finger, she understands that even if she can't learn everything in one day, she can learn so much from each moment, if she only takes the time to look around.
May 16, 2017
Up to Kindergarten
David Soman and Jacky Davis are a husband-and-wife creative team. They write the Ladybug Girl books together and Mr. Soman illustrates. The books are inspired by their own children and family experiences.
“[Ladybug Girl’s] vibrant personality and exuberance shine through the sweet story and the charming illustrations . . . highlight[ing] the joy children feel when sharing a special day with a beloved relative . . . A wonderful addition to the series.” —School Library Journal
"A gentle reminder to stop and smell the roses." —Kirkus
"Lulu’s eagerness and Grandpa’s affection for his granddaughter are powerfully felt in each scene." —Publishers Weekly
"[Young readers] will have no trouble getting swept up in Lulu’s enthusiasm. —Booklist