Louise Loves Bake Sales (I Can Read Level 1) (Hardcover)

By Kelly Light, Kelly Light (Illustrator)

Balzer + Bray, 9780062363664, 32pp.

Publication Date: January 2, 2018

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (1/2/2018)

List Price: 16.99*
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Description

Louise loves all kinds of art. But when she has to make cupcakes for a bake sale—and everything goes wrong—can she and her brother make messy cupcakes into art?

This charming I Can Read story also introduces the concept of how mixing primary colors makes new ones, and that creativity comes in all different forms.

Louise Loves Bake Sales is a Level One I Can Read book, which means it’s perfect for children learning to sound out words and sentences. This is the first Level One I Can Read starring Louise, from the acclaimed picture book Louise Loves Art.



About the Author

Kelly Light is an author and illustrator who now lives in New York but grew up down the shore in New Jersey surrounded by giant pink dinosaurs, cotton candy colors, and Skee-Ball sounds. She was schooled on Saturday-morning cartoons and Sunday funny pages. She picked up a pencil, started drawing, and never stopped. She has illustrated two chapter book series: Elvis and the Underdogs by Jenny Lee, and the Quirks by Erin Soderberg. She is the author-illustrator of Louise Loves Art and Louise and Andie.

Find her online at www.kellylight.com.

 



Kelly Light is an author and illustrator who now lives in New York but grew up down the shore in New Jersey surrounded by giant pink dinosaurs, cotton candy colors, and Skee-Ball sounds. She was schooled on Saturday-morning cartoons and Sunday funny pages. She picked up a pencil, started drawing, and never stopped. She has illustrated two chapter book series: Elvis and the Underdogs by Jenny Lee, and the Quirks by Erin Soderberg. She is the author-illustrator of Louise Loves Art and Louise and Andie.

Find her online at www.kellylight.com.

 



Praise For Louise Loves Bake Sales (I Can Read Level 1)

“A sweet sibling outing, in both senses of the word.”
— Kirkus Reviews

“A must-have for easy reader, maker, and picture book collections”
— School Library Journal

Praise for LOUISE LOVES ANDIE: “Visually sophisticated in a totally accessible way”
— Kirkus Reviews

Praise for LOUISE LOVES ART: “Light…is a confident visual storyteller with a gentle sense of comic timing”
— Publishers Weekly

Praise for LOUISE LOVES ART: “Budding artists, those not only crazy for art but who have their eyes and heart open, will find a muse and a collaborator.”
— School Library Journal

Praise for LOUISE LOVES ART: “A fresh and bright sibling tale...Cheerfully art-ful.”
— Kirkus Reviews