BC: Little LuLa loves to hula. | Celebrate the fun LuLa brings to the Grocery Store on this ordinary day.
FC: LuLa | Written and Illustrated by: Beth Speer
3: For Jessie and Jordan Who Shake-Shake it with the best.
4: Little LuLa Loves to hula. She shimmies round and round. With gusto, sass, and hair of brass, the girl can really get down.
5: Her mother didn't find her harmless hi-jinks hunky-dory. At home she was supportive, but about town, another story! But, Lula's hips get loosey-goosey as she reaches high then to the ground. Lula's feet produce a beat, a marvelous, rythmic, sound.
6: The instant they arrive at the Grocery Store, Lula can't contain her wiggle anymore. She is feeling kind of silly and her toes begin to tap. The beat inside her just takes over and her fingers make a harmless snap.
7: By now Little Lula's feeling kind of spunky and she just can't help but clap.
9: The dairy aisle shoots her a chill and it gives Lula quite a thrill. She is reminded by the milk that her dance moves are smooth as silk. Lula's mother picks out cheese, as a tingle flairs in Lula's knees.
11: The customers, they chatter, as Lula shakes her thing. She does not bother to mention they should just wait to hear her sing. As far as Lula is concerned, she's a mighty one-man band. But, her mother quickly reminds her, "You are getting out of hand".The bakery smells of fresh baked bread, and a song pops into Lula's head.
13: A banana as a microphone, Lula belts that tune 'til the cows come home. That charming, catchy, melody, make her a real small town celebrity!
15: It was not Lula's intention to create a productivity suspension. But, her energy is quite contagious, and what happens next is well, OUTRAGEOUS!
17: Lula does not seem to notice as her feet are keeping time, that entire store has joined her dance in a lengthy Conga Line.
18: Oh, how Little Lula loves to hula and shake it to-and-fro. Her fiery red hair and infectious good cheer follow everywhere she goes.
20: So, if you catch a tingle, or can't hide from a beat, just let the rhythm take over from your head down to your feet. Be a little spunky, and sing a little loud. Your mom might get embarrassed. But, Lula, she'd be PROUD!