The House at the End of Ladybug Lane

“It was the house at the end of Ladybug Lane, and to the Neatolinis it was a dream come true. They had left city life behind. “Good riddance!” said Mr. Neatolini. “Why, it made my clothes wrinkly just to walk out the door!” “That city was not neat,” said Mrs. Neatolini. When they moved to the house at the end of Ladybug Lane, the Neatolinis threw everything inside away to get rid of the clutter. They shampooed the walls and the floors till they were squeaky-clean. Then they went outside and vacuumed the grass and polished the flowers. Now the house at the end of Ladybug Lane was the perfect place for all the Neatolinis…all except one…”

What do you get when a hard of hearing magic ladybug, a pink widow, and a bunch of aliens show up on your doorstep? The House at the End of Ladybug Lane might just be that. Written by Elise Primavera and illustrated by Valeria Docampo, The House at the End of Ladybug Lane is an excellent story!

The House at the End of Ladybug Lane

The House at the End of Ladybug Lane

Little Angelina is the only messy one of the Neatolinis. She loves to roll in the dirt and wants a pet, which seems to be impossible at the moment. One night as she looks at the stars, Angelina makes the mistake of whispering her wish out loud. What seems like chaos ensues when a half-deaf ladybug presents her with a pest! As she tries to stop her problems, which seem to be mounting higher and higher, Angelina realizes that maybe she got her wish after all….

Filled with color and entertaining illustrations, this book is a must read!

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