Larry the Lamp

Larry the Lamp

by Andy Fox


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A perfect Bedtime Story for a toddler.

Follow Alfred and Larry the Lamp as toddlers discover a lamp and it's purpose.

Toddlers get lost in the deep and rich illustrations while learning about an important household item.

The outstanding and vivid colors of the illustrations will capture the attention and imagination of children over and over again.

Larry the Lamp is a caring story that shows examples of appreciation and manners when speaking and dealing with others. A basic foundation of manners they will build on, as they get older.

Larry the Lamp is a great quality children's bedtime picture book for toddlers.

"Larry the Lamp dimmed his light to a soft warm glow, as Alfred drifted off to sleep."

About Al's Palz

Al's Palz is a series of books that introduces toddlers and kids to everyday household items, objects, and vehicles in beautifully illustrated picture books.
The objects come to life and take on a personality that fits the objects purpose.

Al's Palz series of books feature vivid illustrations that capture the attention and imagination of children while showing impeccable manners when speaking and dealing with others.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780983416166
Publisher: Sovereign Media
Publication date: 12/25/2013
Pages: 20
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.05(d)

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Larry the Lamp 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
bamauthor More than 1 year ago
This book is one of a series of picture books that are intended to illuminate the everyday functions of objects found in and around a toddler's environment. At first glance, a lamp seems like an odd choice, but makes sense once you think about it. Larry the Lamp helps his little friend find his ball, his cars, and his slippers. Because many young children are afraid of the dark, the light is a welcome friend at night as well. The story is less than fifteen pages making it the perfect length for young tots. Illustrations are large, colorful with exaggerated facial expressions that allow a young child to easily recognize the meaning. Giving the lamp human attributes widens the appeal to children. Highly recommended for children ages two through five.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Nice story. If my son like it, I love it. He loved it.