“My Llama Drama”
Author: Lisa Kalma
Illustrator: Eduardo Paj
Publisher: Brindie Books
Age Range: 3 -7
Grade Level: Kindergarten – 2
Something strange is going on at the llama farm. The llamas seem to be talking! A talking herd of llamas, can that be?
A humorous and charming picture book about a bunch of quirky llamas just trying to be heard. The perfect beginning reader story, designed to entertain and enchant children while supporting them to learn to read through clever use of rhyme and repetition.
If you and your child love the entertaining stories of Dr Seuss, Mo Willems and Aaron Blabey, you’re going to love this story!
When I saw the title, I knew I had to read, “My Llama Drama,” because I love drama in any form or fashion! This is such a warm and fun musical read that will be loved by little people and big people alike.
The narrator welcomes readers to the llama farm and lets them in on a little secret – the llamas talk to him! And not only do they talk to him, but they burp and laugh and sing and joke and ask him all sorts of silly questions! This lively group of llamas come in all shapes, sizes and colors and keep the narrator on his toes throughout the story.
Kids will get a kick out of the llamas crazy antics and adults will have fun reading it aloud to them. It’s also a perfect story for the beginning reader. Told in perfect rhyme, it’s a fun, magical twirl through llama land and the pictures are absolutely spot on – each llama has it’s own personality that shines brightly and jumps right off the pages! There are also a few fun facts about llamas at the end of the story. Great story!
About the Author and Illustrator:
Lisa Kalma is an Australian author who lives with her husband, son and their ancient cat in Australia’s bush capital – Canberra.
Lisa is a former primary school teacher with a love of all things Dr Seuss and Roald Dahl. She loves writing humorous children’s books for all the family to enjoy. She is also the owner of publishing imprint, Brindie Books, which publishes notebooks, diaries, journals and more.
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