Lulu and Zoey: A Sister Story (Hardcover)

Lulu and Zoey: A Sister Story By Carrie Finison, Bea Jackson (Illustrator) Cover Image

Lulu and Zoey: A Sister Story (Hardcover)

By Carrie Finison, Bea Jackson (Illustrator)


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A Massachusetts Book Awards Must-Read for 2022!

Sometimes Lulu wants to play, but her big sister Zoey doesn’t. Sometimes Zoey tries to share, but Lulu won’t. Sometimes, it is HARD to get along with a sister! But, sometimes, sisters come together and create something wonderful. This charming story follows the adventures of Lulu and Zoey as they navigate the ups and downs of sisterhood and find there is room in their hearts for each other.
Carrie Finison writes and develops fiction and nonfiction writing for educational, textbook, and assessment publishers. Her work includes Dozens of DonutsDon't Hug Doug and Pigs Dig a Road.  Brittany Jackson loves telling stories through her art, from dynamic and diverse character design, to delightfully fun and energetic children's book illustrations. She attended the College for Creative Studies and was the Grand Prize Winner of the L Ron Hubbard's Illustrator of the Future Award in 2007. Her debut illustrated picture book is the New York Times Bestseller, Parker Looks Up, published by Aladdin Books.
Product Details ISBN: 9780762473984
ISBN-10: 0762473983
Publisher: Running Press Kids
Publication Date: June 7th, 2022
Pages: 32
Language: English
“Rhythmic rhyming couplets imbue this story with upbeat energy, which is reflected in the dynamic, vibrantly colored single- and double-page–spread digital illustrations. The sisters’ relationship is refreshingly realistic, from power dynamics arising from their age gap to the way shared creative passions can quell conflict…. A simple, heartwarming ode to sisterhood.”—Kirkus Reviews

"A solid choice to add to a school's collection of sibling stories."—School Library Journal

“The illustrations by Jackson are colorful, full of expression, and heartwarming. The soft details and pastel hues bring warmth to the realistic characters. Supportive with a strong family message, this offering is a natural read-alike for Kelly Sterling Lyons’s Ty’s Travels series.”—Booklist