Disclosure: I was provided a copy of Lucky the Ladybug to facilitate this review. All opinions are 100% my own.
Charlene Crawford, Elkins Park resident and author of Adventures with Granny in the Garden, has written another heartwarming, family-centric story featuring a darling ladybug named Lucky. Sure to bring a smile to your child’s face and a tear to your eye, Lucky the Ladybug tells the story of a kindhearted ladybug who helps children find their perfect forever families. Gorgeous illustrations from artist Daniel Ford bring Lucky’s adventures beautifully to life as she travels the world to help her friend Sara find the perfect child to complete her family. Lucky the Ladybug and her friends provide the perfect opportunity to introduce the topic of adoption with your children through a sweet story inspired by Charlene’s niece.
Charlene Crawford is a Montco Mom and local elementary school teacher. In addition to Lucky the Ladybug and Adventures with Granny in the Garden, you can also find Charlene’s latest book on Amazon. I Am Me! builds early reader confidence through a thoughtful message of self-acceptance with an anti-bullying theme.
My kids are huge fans of Charlene’s books, and I know yours will be too! Enter our giveaway for your chance to win a signed copy of Lucky the Ladybug, and be sure to follow Charlene on Facebook for the latest news and updates.