Lily Wool by Paula Vásquez

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Vásquez’s prose is a bit unsteady (the use of “herd” instead of “flock” may baffle U.S. readers), but her colorful and quirky illustrations never fail to surprise and amuse.
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A little lamb with a great big imagination.

A new picture book from Paula Vásquez filled with delightful illustrations depicting a little lamb intent on being true to herself.

Lily Wool gets bored with all of the grazing and resting that the herd does and prefers to count stars and dream of adventures. When Lily finds a strand of loose wool, she lets her imagination run wild and has a grand time until she accidentally unravels a problem.

Children will love seeing how Lily Wool puts her imagination and creativity to work to fix things, and how Lily discovers a way to help others while she finds her special place in the flock.

Paula Vásquez, an avowed artist from childhood, studied graphic design at the Universidad Católica de Chile, and honed her illustration skills with a post-graduate diploma from Finis Terrae University. She currently lives in Santiago de Chile writing and illustrating children’s picture books.

 

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Published August 8, 2017 by Gibbs Smith. 40 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Children's Books.
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Above average
on Apr 17 2017

Vásquez’s prose is a bit unsteady (the use of “herd” instead of “flock” may baffle U.S. readers), but her colorful and quirky illustrations never fail to surprise and amuse.

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