Lola’s Terms Of Venery
By Jennifer Maganic
Illustrated by Mariali Peña
Lola is bored, she needs something to do! Join Lola and her dog Eddy as they set off on an adventure to learn the terms of venery. Terms of venery are fun phrases we use to categorize groupings of the same type of animals. This is a great story before bed, for rainy days, or those just learning to read. All are welcome to learn, read, and explore with Lola and Eddy!
What a fun book to share with your little ones! As parents there have been soo many times we have heard our child say that they are bored, there’s nothing to do. In this book Lola is bored and looking for something to do, her dad tells her to go see what groups of animals she can name. This is where her story begins – Lola let’s her imagination run wild. She seen all sorts of animals from monkeys to jellyfish! A wonderful book to show your child that with your imagination you can do anything!
The Duo Behind The Magic
Jennifer grew up in Port Coquitlam, B.C., Canada, in a yellow house on a green hill. She has been telling creative stories ever since she was a wee girl, mostly to her little redheaded sister who was always her biggest fan. Jennifer started writing as soon as she knew how, her love for words grew as she played and rearranged them. Jennifer is now a mama to a sweet, cuddly, courageous baby girl named Lola. Lola inspired Jennifer to get back into doing what she has always loved — storytelling.
Connect With Jennifer
Maria was born in the Dominican Republic. One of her first drawings she completed was of her mother. Her mother’s reaction to the drawing was of pure admiration, this confirmed Maria’s dream to become an artist. And so her colourful path began. Maria studied Fine Arts, majoring in illustration. Today she lives in Barcelona, Spain, where she works as a graphic designer and Illustrator.
Huge thank you to Jennifer for gifting us a copy of this amazing book! To get yourself a copy click on the book below!
To all my readers thank you so much for stopping in today. I hope you all have a wonderful day!