School Preorder Form - Lisa Papp

Lisa Papp at Bacich Elementary
Monday, April 15th, 2019

Online orders must be received by Friday, April 12th!

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INSTRUCTIONS: Add the books you wish to purchase to your cart. Books will be signed on April 15th. In the comment field at checkout, please be sure to include:

  • Name of your student
  • Grade of student
  • Name for personalization
  • School your student attends

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Author Lisa Papp will visit Bacich Elementary on Monday, April 15th to talk to students about her new book Madeline Finn and the Shelter Dog.

Lisa Papp grew up telling stories. With a notebook full of sketches, her early tales featured her cat, stuffed animals, and other nature-y things. Today, Lisa is still making up stories and painting pictures, only now, they fill the pages of children's books. She has received awards for both her writing and illustration, including a 2011 NAPPA Honor Award, 2012 Storytelling Award, and the 2013 PA Keystone to Reading Award.

Madeline Finn and the Shelter Dog Cover Image
By Lisa Papp, Lisa Papp (Illustrator)
$17.95
ISBN: 9781682630754
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Peachtree Publishing Company - March 1st, 2019

A Parents' Choice Recommended Book

In this heartwarming companion to the award-winning favorite Madeline Finn and the Library Dog, Madeline Finn finds a new way to help more dogs and read more stories. A perfect story for dog lovers, pet adoption and rescue advocates, and young readers learning how to make a difference through community service.


Madeline Finn and the Library Dog Cover Image
By Lisa Papp, Lisa Papp (Illustrator)
$17.95
ISBN: 9781561459100
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Peachtree Publishing Company - October 1st, 2016

Curriculum Connections: Realistic fiction, story elements: setting, plot and character development, changes from beginning to end of the story, detailed illustrations enhance meaning and tone, figurative language; simile. Themes: school, library, reading, everyone reads at a different pace.