On Monday, Lulu and Maxwell find themselves swimming with sharks and other creatures at the aquarium.
Tuesday’s adventure features Lulu, Maxwell, and her human friends visiting the Really Old Stuff museum.
A slight misunderstanding on Wednesday has Maxwell, Lulu, and her dog friends performing at a huge rock concert on Yonge St.
A rainy Thursday takes Lulu and Maxwell Down Under, where they meet some bouncy new friends.
Friday’s adventure transports Lulu and Maxwell to the Imagine Nation and it's really out of this world.
Things aren't always what they seem in these silly tales of friendship and adventure.
When Lulu's mummy leaves for work every day, she assumes Lulu will spend the day curled up sleeping. What else could she possibly do? After all, Lulu is a dog, and dogs do sleep all day... Don't they? Not Lulu.
They like us, they REALLY like us!
I liked the funny role reversal in the Wednesday book. I think it's charming and unique. As a teacher, I liked that it was a short and quick story that I'd be happy to follow up with another one. I especially liked how the illustrations in the
story features children of different racial/ ethnic backgrounds. I think that representation is so important in children's books. Great work! Chloe S.
As proud Canadians, we strive to create the best Canadian children's book series,
and that is why our books are imagined, written, illustrated, edited, and printed in Ontario.
FUN FACTS about Author L.S. Miller
Four is the author’s favourite number.
It’s used subtly in each of the books. In fact, L.S. even made up a song about four way back when she was a kid. Her friends are very aware of this fact and the song.
Kids and adults alike love the first book.
It’s true. We did a focus group of over fifty kids and adults, and all gave the book a huge
thumbs-up. L.S. says, “When you look at the book, you’ll like it. When you read it, you’ll love it!”