Marcia Goldman
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Lola
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Lola Goes to School

  The lovable therapy dog from Lola Goes to Work has her first day at Doggy Daycare. Like anyone new to preschool or kindergarten, she's a little bit nervous, a little bit scared, and very excited.

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Lola and Tattletale Zeke

  How do you deal with tattletales? When should you tell on someone? Lola struggles with her little brother Zeke and his tattletale behavior in this sequel to Lola Goes to Work.


Praise for Lola:

"LOVE LOVE LOVE Lola goes to work. Perfect for the pre-school classroom. Those 1st and 2nd grade teachers seeking a mentor text for memoir need look no further."
-- Lisa Von Drasek, Earlyword.com

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Lola Goes to the Doctor

  Children will identify with Lola as she nervously waits to be called into the doctor's office. Lola feels a little bit brave when the doctor looks into her ears, a little braver when he examines her teeth, and bravest of all when she gets a shot.


Praise for Lola:

"Tiny and gentle, but powerful just the same."
 -- Kirkus Reviews

"Bravo, Ms. Goldman! This book is a hit at our house. Such a sweet story about a little dog that has a big heart to help others."
 -- GovernessInRed Book Reviews

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Lola Goes to Work: A Nine-to-Five Therapy Dog

  Meet Lola, a little terrier with a big job. Children will identify with the feisty Lola as she struggles going to school, passing tests, and finally achieving her Big Dog dream. If Lola can make it in a world of Great Danes and Labradors, so can anybody who's feeling like a runt.


Praise for Lola:

"My mom said: 'If Lola can do it, you can, too.' Thanks, Lola!"
 -- Bobo, Amy Tan's 4-month-old Yorkie

"Lola is the hardest worker I know!"
 -- Lassie

"See Lola. See Lola work hard. Lola is a hard worker."
 -- Spot

"Good dog!"
 -- Anonymous

"Lola Goes to Work is a lively and adorable introduction to the fascinating world of working dogs. Children will love reading about Lola as she shares what it takes to become a therapy dog, providing comfort to those in need."
 -- Michael Oakleaf, Library Media Specialist

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