What Customers say they love about Hop Lola Hop

“My daughters love this book and want to read it over and over again! And every time we read it we find a new detail.”

— Emilia O.

“The illustrations are simply stunning and it’s not just (my children) wanting to look at them again and again.”

— Caroline H.

“The illustrations are gorgeous and bring this lovely story to life.”

— Becky C. (Book Blogger)

“Thank you for creating this beautiful book. My little girl absolutely loves it, we read it every night. It’s always her first choice.”

— Laura D.

This book reminded me of the classic Christopher Robin and Pooh Bear stories and I loved the illustrations.

— Mary C.

“My children are like most children brutally honest. If they don’t like something, they will cast a glance at it and loose interest but the fact that my 5-year-old said ‘Can I read it in the car?’  It’s now tucked in the seat in front of her and she’s been reading it this morning. So yes, this is the review from a five-year-old that it’s lovely.”

— Helen Farmer (Radio Host)


Why we love Hop Lola Hop...and why you will too

Review by Ciara @PictureBookSnob

Hop Lola Hop is the delightful debut picture book from author Kathy Urban. It's illustrated by Siski Kalla and was published by Little Steps on 1st June, 2022. This is the adorable tale of a beloved toy bunny and what happens after she hops out of her owner's pushchair. There are lots of reasons to love Hop Lola Hop, but here are our top five:
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Lancashire Post

Review by Pam Norfolk

Losing a friend, or even a favourite toy, can be an upsetting and difficult experience for toddlers… so invite them into the pages of this beautiful and reassuring picture book to find understanding and comfort.
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Reedsy Discovery

Review by Kay B

Must read 🏆

A sweet, heart-warming story about friendship and the emotions you feel when you lose something special …

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Readers Favourite

by Emily-Jane Hills Orford for Readers' Favorite

"With simple language and sometimes humorous, but always touching, scenes, this story is a great read-along for young children learning to read."

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