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Lubna and Pebble

Wendy Meddour, Daniel Egneus

Lubna and Pebble


Average rating

4 out 5

23 reviews

Lubna's best friend is a pebble. Lubna tells Pebble everything. About home. About the war. Pebble always listens to her stories and smiles when she feels afraid. But one day, when a little boy arrives, alone in a world of tents, Lubna poignantly understands that he needs Pebble even more than she does . . .



It made me a little sad but also showed how generous and kind Lubna is

Duchess Flopsy Eragon 04.09.2023


Learn all about friendship to care and share things with others instead of keeping it for ourselves

Senorita Beryl Postage-Stamp 04.08.2023


Make me think I am very lucky

Coach Itchy Frozen-Peas 05.09.2022


it inspired me to create toys out of junk modelling

Inspector Pluto Submarine 22.08.2022


This book was a bit sad but it made me happy that she had a special friend and they look after each other.

Princess Petronella Spaghetti-Hoops 14.08.2022


I really enjoyed this book because I liked the part where Lubna creates a smile on the pebble.

Senorita Mildred Spaceship 03.08.2022


Good book about friendship

Princess Daisy Vampire 02.08.2022


It was quite sad. Liked that it was about someone from another country. It was about kindness.

Superstar Mandrake Ridiculous 29.06.2022


I liked the book because the girls gave the boy her stone to remember her. That was nice.

Fairy Magnolia Windchime 05.09.2021


Brilliant story about Friendship.

Anonymous 02.09.2021


It was a good story but I felt sad that she swapped her best friend pebble.

Empress Daffodil Frankfurter 26.08.2021


great story and amazing pictures.

Principal Ariel Rollerskate 14.08.2021


I liked it because she makes a new friend and the pebble is still her friend. I also like it that they find a new home at the end.

Queen Viper Palm-tree 12.08.2021


It was funny because pebble is not a person. It is good that Lubna gave the pebble to the little boy.

Professor Daisy Mittens 30.07.2021

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