Kids Corner: Queen-a-Bella Finds a Best Friend


Queen-a-Bella Finds a Best Friend
by Lisl Fair
Genre: Childrens Picture Book
Publication: September 24th 2012
Source: Personal purchase

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If your child loves stories by Margaret Wise Brown, Alison Green, and A.A. Milne, your child will enjoy this endearing tale about an imaginative little rabbit who wants a best friend more than anything else in the world told by Lisl Fair.

Meet Queen-a-Bella, the fluffy rabbit in her favorite red tutu and follow her on her quest to find a best friend.

Kids Corner: Storytime Vlog

This is an AWESOME book about making friends. It’s a story with a real message: anyone can be a friend, even if they aren’t the same as you. I love what this book stands for, and my kids love the story, too. The illustrations by Nina De Polonia are stunning, and I wish that they would have come across as beautifully on the video as they do in person. The main character, Queen-a-Bella, is super attractive to children, as she’s dressed in a cute tutu that really lured my girls in. We will definitely be reading this one again and again.

About the Author

Lisl Fair

Lisl Fair is author of numerous children’s books, parenting articles in magazines and online and a non-fiction book. She believes in the power of stories to transform, encourage and uplift. She spends her days writing and taking care of her four children and mini-zoo of pets! She has a Master’s Degree in Speech- Language Pathology and Audiology, but gave up practicing to spend more time with her family and pursue a career in writing. She also runs a small Brain-based Learning and Development Consultancy business from home. She collects picture books from around the world and cannot resist a book sale! Learn more about Lisl, read her interview with Jeff Rivera

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