They say dogs can't dance . . . but nothing will stop Lulu Lulu is a happy little pug who lives in New York City with her family, Belle and Doug. They spend their time exploring the bustling city and going on adventures together. When Belle and Doug attend dance classes, Lulu sees them waltzing and tries to join in on the fun, but she trips over her own feet and falls. Lulu is embarrassed but determined. Lulu wants to waltz more than anything. Will she be able to concentrate on practicing or will she get distracted and not learn the proper techniques? Can dogs learn to dance? Lulu the Unstoppable Dancing Dog is a fun and lighthearted children's book with a subtle but powerful underlying message that practice makes perfect and that with hard work and determination you can do anything you set your mind to.
About the Author
Marie Dimitrova has always felt a strong connection with animals, and they have served as the inspiration for her whimsical children's books. She loves all animals but especially Lulu, who is a devoted writing companion. Marie and her husband were surprised when, one day, Lulu ran across the dance floor during one of their dance lessons, jumping on their legs, trying to dance with them. They picked her up and waltzed with her across the room. Now, Lulu considers herself an active member of the dance community in New York City, where they live. Lulu the Unstoppable Dancing Dog is based on this funny, affectionate pug whom Marie cares for so much. See more photos of the real Lulu on Marie's website www.mariedimitrova.com.