Louis' Dream Plane

Louis' Dream Plane

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Grand Central Pub

When Louis sees Toby playing with the most fantastic toy plane, Louis can't resist 'borrowing' it for himself. His first pretend flight is amazing as he imagines zooming high above the clouds but Louis' guilt about the stolen plane creeps into his heart until he can't bear to look at it, and he hides it in his bedroom. Louis knows he must put this right so he reunites the plane with Toby and learns that flying is far more fun with two!



Baker & Taylor
Louis finds a toy model airplane in the playground and takes it home, but soon his guilt over taking something that is not his overpowers his love for toy airplanes.

Perseus Publishing
Louis is obsessed with airplanes of all kinds, from wide-bodied jets to tiny model aircraft. When he sees his friend Toby playing with the most wonderful toy biplane, Louis can’t resist "borrowing" it. His first pretend flight is amazing as he soars high above the clouds . . . until guilt plummets Louis right back to Earth. Suddenly, he can’t bear to look at the plane and hides it in his bedroom. How can he give the plane back to Toby without telling him what he’s done? Will Toby ever forgive him? Louis’ dilemma is one all young readers can identify with and learn from.

Louis is obsessed with airplanes of all kinds, from wide-bodied jets to tiny model aircraft. When he sees his friend Toby playing with the most wonderful toy biplane, Louis can’t resist "borrowing" it. His first pretend flight is amazing as he soars high above the clouds . . . until guilt plummets Louis right back to Earth. Suddenly, he can’t bear to look at the plane and hides it in his bedroom. How can he give the plane back to Toby without telling him what he’s done? Will Toby ever forgive him? Louis’ dilemma is one all young readers can identify with and learn from.


Gardners
Louis can't resist 'borrowing' Toby's most fantastic toy plane for himself, but his guilt about the stolen plane creeps into his heart and he hides it in his bedroom. To put this right, he reunites the plane with Toby, learning that flying is far more fun with two!

Publisher: London : Frances Lincoln Children's, 2009
ISBN: 9781845079253
1845079256
Branch Call Number: Picture Book Milne

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