Ladybug Girl: Book Series Review

by sheilamarie

Ladybug Girl is a superhero who knows that even little girls can do great things.

Lulu's brother thinks she's too little to play, and sometimes her parents are busy.

But Lulu transforms into Ladybug Girl, a superhero who can do anything!

Discover this series of books about a little girl who uses her imagination to meet the problems in her life and has a lot of fun with her imaginary persona, too.

Ladybug Girl - She's Not Too Little!

No Matter What Her Brother May Think!

Ladybug Girl 




This is the first in the Ladybug Girl series. Lulu imagines herself to be a superhero -- Ladybug Girl -- when her brother tells her she's too little to play and when her mother is busy trying to get some work done. This spunky little girl uses her imagination to meet the ordinary events of her day with adventure and initiative.

Ladybug Girl Doll

To Help Act Out the Stories

Ladybug Girl




What fun to act out the Ladybug Girl stories with this Lulu Ladybug Girl Doll! Your little one will enjoy playing with her very own Ladybug Girl doll, as together they find the courage to solve the problems of the world.

The Ladybug Girl Series Is a Fun Read for Kids


Being little can have its drawbacks. Everyone thinks you're not old enough or not big enough to do the things that you think may be fun.

Sometimes, even though you may pretend to be strong and brave, you may also feel secretly a little afraid, too.

That's when it helps to have a good imagination, much like Lulu does in this series of books that shows young children how to face the ordinary events of life with aplomb.

The Ladybug Girl series is fun for kids from about age three up. And all the books are not just for girls. Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy is a book in the series that confronts the sometimes complicated affair of playing with other kids, all of whom may have their own ideas of what the rules should be.

Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy

Learning How to Play Together

Ladybug Girl and Bumblebee Boy


Ladybug Girl learns that playing together with friends can be much more fun!

The challenge is: how do you play when everyone has his or her own ideas?

Have You Ever Heard of Ladybug Girl?

A Superhero Series for Young Children
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Ladybug Girl at the Beach

Lulu Overcomes Her Fear of the Waves

Ladybug Girl at the Beach


Lulu has never been to the beach, but she's sure she's going to love it! When she gets there, she discovers she was right.

Those waves sure are big, though.

Lulu becomes Ladybug girl and discovers that on the beach you can play many games and have all kinds of fun!

Lulu Meets Her Challenges

Books for Young Superheroes

What do you think about this series of books? I love the idea of a young child using her imagination to become a superhero to meet the challenges of her everyday life.

When you are the younger sibling, sometimes you need to feel the strength of a superhero alter ego. Lulu does just that in this fun series of books for young children.

Do you know someone who may enjoy reading about her exploits?

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Updated: 06/26/2013, sheilamarie
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sheilamarie on 06/10/2012

Thanks, kinworm! I hope to see your fairy designs when they're done. Will you make a wizzle with them?

Marie on 06/10/2012

These look like sweet books and I adore the illustrations especially as I've just been working on my own ladybug fairy designs. These ones are very cute.

sheilamarie on 06/04/2012

What a cute story, Brenda! This book series sounds like a perfect match for a little girl with a big brother, especially if she's already called ladybug!

BrendaReeves on 06/01/2012

I have to get this for my grand-daughter. When my daughter was pregnant, she asked my grandson what he thought they should name the baby. He said ladybug. Ladybugs became the theme of her life.

sheilamarie on 05/19/2012

I'll bet your daughters and any other little girls would love these books, Katie.

katiem2 on 05/15/2012

My daughters always love books with characters. Lady bugs are a beloved and heartwarming character. Looking forward to reading ladybug girl.

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