Livingston is an energetic, goodhearted little lamb. He has always gotten most of the attention from the other animals on the Dude Ranch Farm. But when a colt named Starbuck is born, things change. The other animals now pay more attention to Starbuck than Livingston. Livingston is very sad about this change, so he runs into the forest. Can Livingston adapt to this change? Find out in Livingston's Lessons: Learn to Share!
What did you love best about Livingston's Lessons: Learn to Share?
My children adored all the characters and they really grasped the lesson of the importance of sharing. They loved this book. We are hoping that Ms. Lozano plans to write many more of these books, each with a new lesson to learn. It would make a wonderful series.
Her story is a marvelous tool to teach your children in a fun way.
What other book might you compare Livingston's Lessons: Learn to Share to and why?
The Dana Lehman series on lessons for children
What about Shawna Windom’s performance did you like?
Her voice was very mellow and entrancing. A good choice for a reader of children's books.
Her voice brought the story to life and the kids loved to hear the
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
In the beginning your heart tugs for little Livingston, who all of a sudden feels replaced and unloved, but by the end of the book you feel happy, warm, cozy and content that Livingston learned a very good lesson, and he understood about the importance of sharing love.
This was a very good story, I highly recommend this book to all parents of young children.
Any additional comments?
Again, Ms. Lazono, consider writing a series!!!