La La La

“La La La”

When a little girl sings, she waits for someone or something to answer, 

but no one does.

So she goes out searching through the reeds, the trees, the pond, day and…

…night. She sings to the moon with no response. When she falls asleep, she is awakened by a song.

Read the book to see who sings back. 

This book promotes inspiration and curiosity.

WHY I LIKE THIS BOOK:  I like this book because it inspires hope to keep singing and find that someone who will sing back. 

TITLE: La La La

AUTHOR: Kate DiCamillo

ILLUSTRATOR: Jaime Kim

PUBLISHER: Candlewick Press, 2017

AGE GROUP: 4-6

TOPIC(S): hope, lonely, wordless

CREATIVE COMPONENTS: curiosity, inspiration

LEARNING EXTENSIONS:

1) Listen to instrumental music while drawing a picture of you and one of your friends doing one of your favorite activities.

2) Invent a song that represents using la, la, la. Use high pitches, low pitches, slow, fast, pauses, etc. to sing your song.

EXTENDING CONNECTIONS:

To learn more about author Kate DiCamillo, visit:

https://www.katedicamillo.com/index.html

To learn more about illustrator Jaime Kim, visit:

https://www.jaimekim.com/about

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