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by Martha Aviles,Deborah Lakritz

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  • ISBN 0761345116
  • ISBN13 978-0761345114
  • Language English
  • Author Martha Aviles,Deborah Lakritz
  • Publisher Kar-Ben Pub (September 1, 2010)
  • Pages 32
  • Formats doc rtf lrf azw
  • Category Children
  • Subcategory Growing Up and Facts of Life
  • Size ePub 1820 kb
  • Size Fb2 1777 kb
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 149

Lily wants to go with her mother to visit the people who live at Shalom Home, an assisted living facility, but when they arrive she suddenly feels very shy.

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Deborah Lakritz has a master's degree in social work from the University of Minnesota. Her previous books include Say Hello, Lily (Kar-Ben). A mother of five, she lives in Milwaukee with her husband, children and pet fish, Sunny. Start reading Say Hello, Lily (Jewish Identity) on your Kindle in under a minute. Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App.

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Say Hello, Lily – Ebook written by Deborah Lakritz Martha Avilés was born and raised in Mexico City. She has illustrated many children's books including Say Hello, Lily; The Shabbat Princess; and Stones for Grandpa.

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Deborah Lakritz is the author of Say Hello, Lily and is currently at work on a young adult novel. She holds a Master of Social Work degree and has worked with children in preschools, elementary schools, and family service agencies. She and her husband are the parents of five children and live in Milwaukee, WI.

On Lily's first visit to Shalom House, she clings closely to her mom, overwhelmed by all the new faces. But slowly Lily joins the activities, makes new friends, and celebrates a birthday to remember. ISBN13: 9780761345121. Release Date: August 2010.

Author of PJ Library SAY HELLO, LILY (Kar Ben) and JOEY AND THE GIANT BOX (Kar Ben). Deborah Lakritz Ретвитнул(а). EXCELLENT book!! And so relevant. Currently writing PB's, MG & YA in a cafe somewhere in Wisconsin. Deborah Lakritz добавил(а), urnal. History to help understand current events.

by Deborah Lakritz Author · Martha Avilés Illustrator. Deborah Lakritz has a master's degree in social work from the University of Minnesota. More about Deborah Lakritz.

Talk about Say Hello, Lily


catterpillar
This lovely book is a perfect companion for inter-generational events or a simple introduction for children to the joys of companionship with an elderly person. Read it with your children and talk about all those you know and love who are similar to the characters in the book!
Nuliax
Lily, who had a bright smile and the cutest pigtails you ever did see, gathered up her coat, paper and colored markers when she thought her mother was going out. It was Mommy's day to volunteer at Shalom House, an assisted living facility for seniors, but because Lily was so shy, she didn't think it was a wise idea. Lily insisted on going and said, "I'll draw pictures for everyone with my new markers. And I can show off my new shoes." When they were in the car Mommy told her all about the place and asked her if she remembered Mrs. Rosenbaum, a beautiful artist who had an art studio and painted special flowers like orange lilies. Mrs. Rosenbaum lived at Shalom House and was no longer lonely with so many people around. Lily was confident that she was going to have a good time on this visit!

As soon as Lily saw all the people in Shalom House she "felt all jumbled up inside" and her heart began to beat wildly. Her little hand reached out for Mommy's even though everyone was very friendly. Mrs. Seidel admired her new shoes and Dr. Berman, a former dentist, asked her to show off her smile so he could see her "clean, shiny teeth." Oh, my! This was just too much for a shy little girl to bear and her eyes widened as she snuggled into the folds of Mommy's pink coat. All her braveness had escaped her, but she was willing to take a little peek at Mrs. Rosenbaum. The next week when they went to visit Shalom House again, she did manage to stretch her arms during exercise class, but her beautiful smile was still hiding. Mrs. Rosenbaum said, "Be patient. She'll be ready when she's ready." Would Lily be able to get over her shyness? Would she be able to show her beautiful smile to all the people at Shalom House?

This is a charming story of a little girl who tries to overcome her shyness with the help of the elders of Shalom House. Many young children are painfully shy and oftentimes it takes someone who is very special and very patient to help draw them out of their shells. Lily's expectations far exceeded her ability to overcome her innate shyness, but the elders of Shalom House, especially Mrs. Rosenbaum, clearly understood her problem. I loved the joyous nature of the residents of the home and smiled as they patiently waited for Lily to join in their activities. The reader will enjoy the lovely little twist at the end of the book. The artwork is very colorful, peppy, and quite appealing. If you have a shy little girl who could relate to Lily's woes, this is one book you may wish to consider!
Ber
Colourful pencil-and-gouache illustrations by Martha Aviles and a wonderful, sensitive story by Deborah Lakritz gave me a dopamine rush and goosebumps when I turned the last page.
I bought a copy for a local school library. This is a great book, filled with compassionate, realistic characters of all ages.
Ral
This is a fantastic book for ANY child who is afraid of visiting a nursing home or assisted living facility, if a child has never visited one before and needs to be introduced to the experience, or if he is shy and has a difficult time talking to the elderly. This is a contemporary, beautifully illustrated picture book.
breakingthesystem
This is a very sweet book with a shy heroine who nevertheless goes with her mother to volunteer at a Shalom House (retirement home) every week. After many weeks, when her birthday rolls around, the shy heroine finally decides to talk with others. This book is a little on the longer side, so it's better for children who can sit through longer stories (older preschoolers or elementary students.)
Grari
Debbi Lakritz's heartwarming picture book reminds readers that children have their own timetable for developing, with the refrain, "She'll be ready when she's ready." And shy Lily is indeed ready when she's ready, aided by the friendly seniors at Shalom House. The vibrant illustrations perfectly complement this lovely intergenerational story.