Other Books in Series
This is book number 8 in the Lily and Milo series.
- #3: Looking for Colors with Lily and Milo (Hardcover): $14.95
- #4: Fall with Lily and Milo (Hardcover): $14.95
- #5: Spring with Lily and Milo (Hardcover): $14.95
- #6: Counting Animals with Lily and Milo (Hardcover): $14.95
- #7: Winter with Lily & Milo (Lily and Milo #7) (Hardcover): $14.95
- #9: The House of Lily and Milo (Hardcover): $14.95
These suggested general purchases for all libraries are well designed for language development and early reading. - School Library Journal
The thick, durable pages make this perfect for multiple readings and page turnings for the youngest listeners. - Kirkus Reviews
Bright colors, repetition of objects, and rounded corners and heavy pages make these books perfect for babies and toddlers - Kiwi Magazine
It's summer Phew, it's hot outside. Lily and Milo go to the beach. They build a nice sandcastle and look for shells. But ... where did Milo go?
This book is everything that is great about summer Lily and Milo put on their bathing suit, gather all their summer stuff, and head over to the beach. On their way, they see sunflowers & cherries. They play on the beach and do typical beach things, like putting on sunscreen, building sun castles, collecting and shells, and eating ice-cream. All before getting home, and enjoying the best summer has to offer
A simple and interactive story about summer. For toddlers ages 24 months and up, with a focus on the child's world.
About the Author
Pauline Oud, born in 1963 in Hilversum, The Netherlands, has been working as an illustrator for over 15 years now. After her graduation from art school in 1985 she worked as an artist and art teacher for a while before applying her knowledge to her first love; children's books. Before she starts working, she likes to start her days with an hour running to clear her head and think about her drawings. She likes to collect children's books because they give her so much inspiration. When she is out of inspiration, she also likes to visit the Museum of Medieval Art to stare at the books her colleagues have illustrated some 700 years ago. She currently lives in Utrecht (the Netherlands) with her husband and her two children Roos and Walt.