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Book Review: Ladybug Girl and the Dress-up Dilemma by Jacky Davis and David Soman.

Title: Ladybug Girl and the Dress-up Dilemma Author: Jacky Davis Illustrator: David Soman Publisher: Dial Books Year: 2014 Ages: 3 and up
It is almost Halloween! Lulu is thinking about being a Ladybug Girl for Halloween until her brother tells her she is always Ladybug Girl. She thinks about other possible costumes. Should she be an alien, a robot, or a vampire-panda? She has a dress-up dilemma! Should Lulu be something new or stay true to herself?
Written by Jacky Davis and illustrated by David Soman, Ladybug Girl and the Dress-up Dilemma is a story with a powerful message and splendid illustrations. Kids learn the importance of being themselves. When Lulu tries on the other costumes, she does not feel right. She feels like herself again when she opts to wear her ladybug costume. After all, she is Ladybug Girl!
Part of the New York Times Bestseller Ladybug Girl series
Rating: 5 stars

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