Who’s New At Lou’s Zoo

In Who’s New at Lou’s Zoo is a story that teaches kids about being kind to one another, having compassion for others, and never judging others by their appearance. We are all unique in our own way whether in size, appearance, or different personalities much like the zoo animals. Your child will fall in love with the adorable zoo animals and their individual personalities that kids can relate to.

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This story teaches kids it’s Ok to be different and accept one another as we are all unique in different ways.
It’s also a great teaching tool for the classroom as kids can relate to some of the feelings and emotions the animals are experiencing. Whether it’s in a new neighborhood, new classroom, or meeting someone for the first time we all have worried about what others will think of us, and whether we will be accepted, liked, or fit in.

Who’s New at Lou’s Zoo is a story that teaches kids about being kind to one another, having compassion for others, and never judging others by their appearance. We are all unique in our way whether in size, appearance, or different personalities much like the zoo animals. Your child will fall in love with the adorable zoo animals and their personalities that kids can relate to.

The story is about Lou, an alpaca, and his many friends! Lou likes to be known as The Zookeeper in what humans call a “neighborhood” and he is preparing for a new guest coming to the zoo. All the animals are excited and curious to meet this new mysterious guest. They wonder will the new guests be tall or short, young or old, maybe colorful or have stripes like them. Some of the animals are nervous that the new guest may not fit in with the others in the neighborhood.
Whatever happens, the animals all agree they want the new guest to feel welcome and accepted. And they can’t wait to become good friends.

But the new guest has worries of their own. Will the animals like him or think he looks scary or intimidating? Find out what happens by ordering your copy today.

This story teaches kids it’s OK to be different and accept one another as we are all unique in different ways.
It’s also a great teaching tool for the classroom as kids can relate to some of the feelings and emotions the animals are experiencing. Whether it’s in a new neighborhood, new classroom, or meeting someone for the first time we all have worried about what others will think of us, and whether we will be accepted, liked, or fit in.

Great for parents and teachers to teach kids about:

  • kindness, compassion, never judging others.
  • social learning
  • how do they feel meeting others for the first time
  • how can we make others feel accepted?
  • importance of friendships
  • critical thinking about helping others.
  • fun facts about zoo animals
  • children will enjoy the unique illustrations.

This book is beautifully illustrated by Lauren Sparks, a watercolor illustrator.

All books are personally signed by the Author, be sure to include your child’s name.

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Format

Paperback, Hardcover

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