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I love you so much by Carl Norac (2000-01-01)

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Since her parents are too busy in the morning to listen to her say that she loves them, Lola the hamster waits all day long for another opportunity to say the words.
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Título:I love you so much by Carl Norac (2000-01-01)
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  lcslibrarian | Aug 13, 2020 |
I liked this book for two reasons: the plot and the point of view. I enjoyed the plot of this book as it followed Lola’s want of saying the special words “I love you.” The plot was organized in a way that makes a reader want to keep reading. The writer introduces the idea of the special words right from the beginning. The plot continues to be suspenseful as Lola has to hold onto the special words throughout her day. However, it is also suspenseful because the reader does not know what the special words are until the end of the book. The book continues to show conflicts that Lola has as she has to hold back her words: “Lola wanted to say her special words to Daddy. But it was too late. He was already leaving for work.” Sentences like this are engaging as the reader wants to know what the special words are. I like how the book is organized around situations in which Lola has to decide if she should say her special words or if she can.
The second reason I like this book is the point of view. The point of view of this book is third person omniscient; therefore, the readers are allowed into Lola’s thoughts. Due to this point of view, the reader can feel Lola’s frustration as she wants to say her special words, but does not know when or to who. For example, the book says “I won’t tell him my special words, she thought,” as Lola debated telling her words to a boy in her class. This point of view is engaging as the reader can feel Lola’s feelings. Knowing Lola’s thoughts makes the story enjoyable because the reader can get into the mind of the character.
The main idea of this book is to not say how you feel and to show others how you feel. I believe this book can teach readers to not hold back their feelings as Lola did because it can be frustrating. Lola became angry as she had to hold back her words, so it can show readers not to keep in their feelings and to say what they want. I believe the author wants readers to know it is ok to express your feelings. Lola can teach readers that they will feel much better once they tell others how they feel as Lola did at the end of the story. ( )
  AmandaBuchek | Apr 2, 2018 |
Lola wants to tell her parents that she loved them but she had to wait to tell her special words. finally she is able to tell her parents that she loves them
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  TUCC | Dec 5, 2016 |
This book is a great example of a fantasy because hamsters don't talk or go to school. Lola is a young hamster that wants to tell her parents that she loves them, but the hustle and bustle of the morning prevents her from saying it. By the end of the day, she doesn't want to say "I love you" anymore, but she can't control it and it bursts from her cheeks. Lola is a round character, and this is revealed by the choices she makes throughout the day, ending with her outburst of love in the end.

Media: Looks like charcoal or crayon with watercolor paint
  jnagreen06 | Feb 25, 2009 |
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