Lulu Is a Rhinoceros

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$16.99  $15.63
Wicked Cow Studios LLC
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8.2 X 10.2 X 0.6 inches | 0.85 pounds

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About the Author

Sophie Corrigan is a freelance illustrator and author from Lancashire, UK. She has illustrated many diverse items from books to calendars to T-shirts and more! When not illustrating and maintaining her online art shops, Sophie spends the spare time she has going to shows, watching nature programs, eating vegetarian food, hanging out with her pet cockatiels, and occasionally crafting cute things from wool and clay.


"You can be whatever you want to be, even when other people can't see it themselves. You are the master of your domain. Just ask Lulu!"
- Michael Strahan, Co-host of ABC's Good Morning America

"Lulu may very well be my spirit animal."
- Moby, Musician and animal rights activist

"No creature on our planet is more deserving of our compassion and action than the critically endangered rhinoceros, who is being helped through each and every purchase of this special story. Thank you, Lulu!"
- Lindsay Kosnik, African Wildlife Foundation

"Anyone who roots for the underdog should read this book! Lulu is a bulldog who believes in herself, and I believe in her too."
- Cesar Millan, Dog Behavioralist and star of the hit TV series The Dog Whisperer

GLOBAL -- "It's a story that will hopefully resonate with anyone who is discriminated against." Jason Flom, CEO of Lava Records and Lava Music Publishing, and former Chairman and CEO at Atlantic Records, is trying to introduce children to themes of inclusivity, individuality, and tolerance of those who don't conform to social norms. His children's book Lulu is a Rhinoceros, written with his daughter Allison Flom, explores these themes through the story of Lulu, a bulldog who identifies as a rhinoceros. Throughout the book, Lulu fights for recognition and eventually finds it in the smallest of characters. For both children and their parents, Lulu's story shows the importance of diversity, and could inspire the next generation of youth to believe in their own identity as changemakers who can build a more inclusive world.