Sunday Story-Time: Little Lola by David Gothard

Sunday Story-Time: Little Lola by David Gothard

Sunday Nov 02, 2014
11:30 am - 12:00 pm

POWERHOUSE on 8th [Park Slope]
1111 8th Ave
Brooklyn, NY 11215

Ages 3-7


For more information, please call 718.666.3049 x102

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Kids author David Gothard drops by to read his new picture book, Little Lola, at this special Sunday Story-Time event!

About Little Lola

Hello, Little Lola! Lola is curious about everything . . . especially school. What is school like? Find out when Lola the cat heads to school herself and gets a paw (or two) into just about everything. Lively, funny, irresistible, and mischievous Lola will appeal to fans of Olivia and Peppa Pig.

When an apple hits Lola the cat on the head and wakes her up, Lola knows it is going to be that kind of day. So when she sees something curious, she decides to follow it . . . right onto a school bus (fun!) and right into school. The kids have never seen a cat at school before, but this classroom is open to everyone and everything, and soon Lola is having the time of her life. This lively introduction to Little Lola the curious cat will appeal to fans of Olivia and Peppa Pig and is an ideal choice for back to school as well as for sharing aloud all year long.

About the Author: 

Gothard has been illustrating editorial, advertising and book assignments since graduating from Pratt Institute, where he now teaches drawing classes. He began his career drawing muppets for Children’s Television Workshop’s Sesame Street.  Since then, his work has appeared regularly in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe, Time Magazine and other publications.  David is now collaborating with his wife, Julie Saab, on a series of children’s books for Greenwillow Books, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers. You can find out more about their books at and more about David‘s work at A native New Yorker, David lives and draws from Eastern Pennsylvania.


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