Lola is a real life therapy dog, special and unique as she is a tiny 5 pound Yorkie, and not your typical therapy dog. Lola tours the country and visits with autistic children in real life, and has a book series targeted with stories of helping children get through their firsts like going to the doctor, going to school, as well as a story of Lola going to work and achieving her goals.
· Lola Goes to Work: Meet Lola, a little terrier with a big job. Children will identify with the feisty Lola as she struggles going to school, passing tests, and finally achieving her Big Dog dream. If Lola can make it in a world of Great Danes and Labradors, so can anybody who's feeling like a runt. The book shows children how through hard work and determination, anyone can achieve their goals.
· Lola Goes to the Doctor: Lola is nervous about going to the doctor, but discovers she's a bigger dog than she thought.
· Lola & Tattletale Zeke: Tattling is a huge issue, especially in kindergarten/1st grade and there are no picture books dealing with the subject. Lola and Tattletale Zeke offers a jumping-off point for classroom and family discussions.
· Lola Goes to School. Children will identify with Lola as she faces first-day-of-school jitters.