rodeo by emma ugarelli
Giraffe is Lou’s best friend. She is a calm, sweet and friendly animal who gets along well with everybody in the jungle. Giraffe is always helping her friends, when they are in trouble, especially Lou. Lou knows that he always can count on her, so when Lou needed her to find his mane, she jumped at once to help him, and during this ordeal, Giraffe was always there, reassuring Lou and making him feel her support. This is a lesson in the story about friendship, resilience, empathy and solidarity. You can find Lou and his mane at Amazon.com.
DO by emma ugarelli
Learning is not something done to students but something students themselves do. As a result, the learner (child) changes in knowledge, attitude, or behaviour.
Giving the information is only one part of learning. The children need to have significant opportunities to develop and practice intellectual skills, problem solving, motor skills, attitudes, and values. In addition, children need opportunities to develop interpersonal and social skills. As teachers and parents, we need to remember that there is much more to learning than concepts and memorization, which involve understanding. We should pay attention not only to that but also to the thinking process and other types of knowledge.
Humanity needs help, and the help can only come from children. They are the future, the hope to build a better society. We need to treat children with respect and care because how we treat them shapes their personalities and shapes how humanity will develop. A piece of humanity, the future is in them. We want a better world with less hate and more kindness, more respect, more love, more empathy, and more assertiveness, and for that, we need to start with our children. Each of them is where humanity is born.
The source if inspiration behind “Lou and his Mane” ❤️My own kids and my daycare kids, are the source of inspiration and also the reason why I decided to write my first children’s book, “Lou and his Mane” . Since I can remember, I have made-up stories on the spot to make things easier for them to understand a concept or idea. Looking at society nowadays made me realize that I need to do something more and write for my kids and all the little ones out there. Lou and his mane is about facing fears, solidarity, empathy, and friendship, encouraging the development of social and emotional skills needed for a better society. That is the purpose of the story.
Children need the opportunity to create. Creativity is a form of self-expression. We can stimulate creativity by reading books, listening to music, going for a walk, giving the child materials, letting them explore, and encouraging dramatic play.
Who is Lou? Lou is a strong, healthy, fearless, and friendly young Lion who lives in the Savannah jungle. Everybody in the jungle loves and respects him.
Lou has the loudest roar that you have ever heard. With vivacious rounded, big orangey-brown eyes with big round pupils. His mane is the most notorious part of his body; it is a blend of golden yellow and orange, bushy, thick and shiny. He loves it and is proud of it. Even though he is fearless, Lou has a “secret” he is afraid of going bald. One day his worst nightmare came true; he woke up and noticed something strange, his mane was gone. Oh no!
Who took it? What can he do? Who can help him find his mane? Did he find support? Join Lou in his quest. Lou and his Mane at Amazon.
Lou and his Mane is a delightful picture book about friendship, facing fears, problem solving, and getting along with siblings. Lou is a brave young Lion who loves his mane. Everyone knows he is proud of it, but Lou has a secret. He is terribly afraid of going "bald”. One morning, he wakes up to find his worst nightmare has come true: His mane is gone! Lou looks everywhere for his mane, but cannot find it. He decides to ask his friends to help. Giraffe, Snake, Monkey, and Crocodile work together to help Lou as he searches throughout the jungle for his mane. Finally, he spots something peculiar in the distance, slowly moving towards him. What could it be? Join Lou and his friends as they solve the mystery of the missing mane!