Policeman Lou And Policewoman Sue by Lisa Desimini

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Artist Lisa Desimini presents the daily activities and special friendship between two police officers. Just the right mix of lively pictures, action and a simple story to be perfect for young children

Policeman Lou and Policewoman Sue are good friends. Together they patrol the town, keeping the streets safe and clear of problems. They write tickets and help people across traffic. Their somewhat peaceful route gets a sudden jolt, however, when an old woman's purse is stolen and Lou and Sue have to jump to catch the thief.
Readers will enjoy the details of Lou and Sue's police duties, along with their special friendship: one formed by working together, relying on each other in duty, and then relaxing over a friendly dinner at the end of the day.
Backmatter includes safety tips.
 

About Lisa Desimini

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Desimini has created oil paintings as well as multimedia art for numerous children's books and adult book jackets.
 
Published June 1, 2003 by Blue Sky Press. 40 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books.

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Between shared breakfast and dinner, a pair of uniformed police officers minds a small-town beat in this wooden, sexist companion to the much superior Dot the Fire Dog (2001).

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Desimini (Dot the Fire Dog) lets kids spend a day in the life of those often-idolized figures, police officers. Calm and low-key, the narrative is more informativ

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The jacket design could be misleading if displayed face out: borrowed from an inside spread, the illustration shows just Policeman Lou (and just his name) on the front, looking off toward his partner, Policewoman Sue, who appears (and is named) only on the back cover.

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