This book will teach kids about winning and losing and that God loves us through both wins and losses!
Lulu and her friend Max love playing with their animal friends in Lulu’s Forest. It’s Field Day, and they can’t wait to help the animals have a terrifically fun day. And the winner of Field Day gets to be the leader of Lulu’s Forest and live in the Tall, Tall Tree! But the competition is fierce, even in the silly costume contest, and not all of the animals handle winning and losing very well. Sore losers and bad attitudes are taking the fun straight out of Field Day!
When Coyote loses the obstacle course race, he throws a tantrum and flips over the table covered in pies for the pie-eating contest. What a mess! Just when the day seems ruined, Lulu and Max lovingly begin to teach important lessons about winning and losing, and Bear-Bear steps in and helps turn the day around. It’s down to the final competition. Who will be the leader of the Forest? Lulu and Max’s decision is a big surprise, but it turns out to be one worth celebrating.
Just like Lulu and Max help the animals, parents will be able to use this imaginative book to teach their little ones important lessons about winning and losing. Kids will learn to have fun and do their best, all with great attitudes and good sportsmanship
Red Letter: No
Publish Date: 7/1/2015
Dimensions(W x H x L): 9.1" x 0.5" x 9.3"
Vendor: HarperCollins Christian Publishing
Author: Lysa Terkeurst