My daughter and I look forward to more of Lorenzo's adventures from Little Bee Books (a division of Bonnier Publishing).
Because I thought this book is perfect to read to little ones during a class or library story time, I designed a puppet that can be copied and used during those times.
I used glue, one sandwich bag, three pieces of red construction paper, one scrap of blue construction paper, one scrap of white construction paper, one scrap of yellow construction paper, one scrap of pink construction paper and one scrap of black construction paper.
To make the lobster back, I placed a brown paper sandwich bag in the center of a full red sheet and traced it. I then drew a lobster back around it. Cut out and paste on. In addition, I cut strips to cover the front, a head, two lobster arms and a tail, all using the paper back as a guide for sizing, and glued them all all. I also free cut the hat, the eyes, whiskers and tongue and glued them on as well, and voila, a story-time pal!
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