Lulu Llama and the Triangle of Drama

Andi works with her aunt on a llama farm. She is tired of doing chores and cleaning up after them. She sees three llamas who seem to be doing their own thing away from the others and decides that she wants to play with them. Lulu the Llama warns her that these are drama llamas and Andi should steer clear of them.

What Andi discovers is the three llamas are trapped in the triangle of drama. There is Bully Bart, Victim Viv and Fixer Fred. Andi finds that each of these llamas are so locked into the choices they have made that none of them want to change enough to stop. With Lulu’s help, Andi realizes that she doesn’t have to get caught up in their drama. She can make her own choices to change the way she thinks and behaves.

As social stories go this has a lot to offer. Often children find themselves locked into one of these stereotypical roles and they don’t feel empowered enough to help themselves. This interactive story offers good advice for getting out of drama situations. Also, it gives insight into how everyone can show drama traits at some point and being responsible for one’s own choices can help them avoid the drama trap.

This story will be useful at home or in class. It is geared towards children ages 6-9, however there is much that both younger and older children can glean from it. The book includes useful discussion questions as well as fun facts about llamas. The illustrations are fun and colorful. Each llama is a distinct character and is visually exciting. Kids will also enjoy looking for the bee hidden on pages throughout the book.


About The Book:
Lulu Llama and the Triangle of Drama:
Choose to be Drama Free! (EQ Explorers series)

With a trio of high-drama llamas as friends, how will Andi have any fun?

Stuck doing chores on her family’s llama farm, Andi longs to have more fun. She tries to befriend a trio of llamas, but she quickly gets caught up in the triangle of drama caused by Bully Bart, Victim Viv, and Fixer Fred.

It’s only with the help of another, wiser llama—Lulu—that Andi begins to understand the drama-free truth.

This story centers around the powerful EQ principle: Choose to be Drama Free.
It’s a lesson in emotional intelligence that is essential for every child.

Get to know the entire EQ Explorer’s Series—including how we donate 100% of profits to help underserved kids around the world!


About The Author:
Kim Linette

Kim Linette is a mother to six wonderful kids and passionate about helping children from all walks of life–especially children in emotionally challenging environments.

An entrepreneur at heart, Kim Linette created a multi-faceted initiative to empower children–and in turn, their parents and caregivers–to live big, bold, authentically happy lives.

Kim Linette recently founded Kapalua Cove Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to educating and empowering children in need. The foundation provides direct donations to charitable initiatives and donates books to orphanages, remote libraries, care centers, and more.

Along with the foundation, she launched Kapalua Cove Publishing. Her first book project is a series called EQ Explorers, designed to educate and inspire children through beautifully illustrated, creative-yet-relatable tales. 100% of profits from EQ Explorers books are donated to the Kapalua Cove Foundation’s charitable efforts.

In ancient Hawaiian, “Kapalua” means “arms embracing the sea.” It’s a word that perfectly depicts Kim Linette’s desire to embrace and help nurture children around the world, providing the tools and opportunities they need to live happy, healthy, emotionally connected lives. 

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