Lola and Grandpa

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Every Sunday Lola visits her Grandpa. They spend the day exploring the universe and teaching each other about the world. But then one day everything changes. Grandpa isn’t there anymore. Lola struggles to deal with the loss. But as time goes by Lola realises that her Grandpa will always be with her – in her heart and in the memories they made. Lola and Grandpa is a bautiful and reassuring story of love, loss, and the value of memories.

SPECIFICATIONS: 9780648652809 | 245 x 245 mm | 9.5 x 9.5 inches | Hardback | 32 Pages

A Little Pink Dog Books Publication

Ashling Kwok is a children’s author and freelance journalist living in Sydney. Ashling is obsessed with children’s literature and loves immersing herself in a magical world where anything is possible. When she is not dreaming up new ideas or working on her latest book, Ashling can be found scouring local bookstores, marveling at all the wonderful books being created by talented children’s authors. Ashling currently has three picture books due for release in 2020, and another due out in 2022.

Yvonne Low is a writer, illustrator and award-winning artist who enjoys playing with words and colours and is particularly inspired by nature.  As an artist, Yvonne works in pencil and watercolour, pen and ink, acrylic, pastel and digital media.

Yvonne is published with Little Pink Dog Books, Christmas Press, ABC Commercial and The School Magazine.

Swings and Roundabouts
“I really liked the connection Lola makes within nature to her grandpa as she remembers their time spent together and finding peace.”

The Daily Telegraph
“Softly illustrated, the perfect gift for a young child and grandfather to share.”

Guest Post: Ashling Kwok on Why Children’s Books On Difficult Subjects Are Necessary

When I first started writing picture books, I was advised not to write books on sensitive subjects because publishers may not want to publish them. While I understood this from a marketing point of view, my logical mind couldn’t work out why difficult topics were taboo.