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Money can’t buy love and being the wealthiest person in the world doesn’t guarantee happiness. Lotsa de Casha is the richest — and most miserable — man in the world. No matter how colossal his castles, how fast his horses, nor how big his sandwiches, he remains a gloomy old sourpuss — until he embarks on a fantastic adventure that leads him to the discovery of life’s gre Money can’t buy love and being the wealthiest person in the world doesn’t guarantee happiness.
No matter how colossal his castles, how fast his horses, nor how big his sandwiches, he remains a gloomy old sourpuss — until he embarks on a fantastic adventure that leads him to the discovery of life’s greatest treasure What is the secret to happiness?
Read Lotsa’s story and find out Hardcover48 pages. Published June 7th by Callaway Editions first published January 1st Five Books for Children 5. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Lotsa de Cashaplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Dec 29, Jessica Brown rated it did not like it Shelves: Everything about this book is incredibly strange.
The illustrations are, I suppose, really well done, but so effing creepy. Why is the main character a buff, romance-novel-cover guy with a greyhound head? Why do the trees on page have such terrifying faces creepily watching weird people-animals dancing and why does one look like it’s getting to third base with another tree?
The story itself is supposed to illustrate a good point, but it takes FOREVER to get there and it’s so in-your-face t Everything about this book is incredibly strange. The story itself is supposed to illustrate a good point, but it takes FOREVER to get there and it’s so in-your-face that it really could have been over in a few pages.
But instead Madonna draws it out to a million pages of creepish nonsense. Also it’s vaguely racist? Why does the main character have a stereotypical Italian accent on some words but not on others? I feel weird now.
I assume this was what she intended. Eu pelo menos, gostei! May 23, Hendrix Eva rated it it was ok. Money can’t buy happiness. Sep 15, Jamie rated it it was amazing. This book has such a nice structure as well as a good lesson. Oct 08, Hannah Higson rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is such an enjoyable that children will love to hear. This book is good to talk about morals and provides the opportunity for lots of questioning.
Livro bastante divertido e adoravelmente ilustrado. Tem uma excelente mensagem para os mais pequenos. Sep 23, Isabelle rated it liked it. Like other of Madonna’s books, it’s beautifully illustrated. The story is nice and as always there is a strong lesson behind, but I find it a bit ‘forced’, a good story with a good moral does not need to be so explicit.
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I would still read it to children but it’s not my favourite one of hers. Jun 27, Mloy rated it liked it. Just like all good fairytales geared toward a young audience, it had a very valuable lesson– that all the money and riches in the world won’t make you happy.
Overall, the book was nicely written, the story was enjoyable to read and had a good lesson. The images were beautifully illustrated and gave the book a bit of a uniquely classic chic feel to it. Oct 26, Nichole rated it it was amazing Shelves: In her fifth book, Madonna touches on a very important lesson.
Lotsa de Casha is a very wealthy man, yet he is very unhappy. He sets off on a journey to lean what would make him happy, since he was unable to purchase it on his own. Throughout the story, he is told how to be happy, but he ignores it. After a series of event, he is left penniless. He is aided by Mr. Forfilla with a ride back to his castle under the condition that he helped him along the way with his deliveries.
The journey back hom In her fifth book, Madonna touches on a very important lesson. The journey back home helped Lotsa to see the error of his ways and be happy. I love the way Madonna takes a very important subject and relates it in such a way as to be understood by both children and adults alike.
Aug 12, Wynn rated it it was ok Shelves: Hypocritical tale from a millionaire celebrity who from my perspective has always put herself first.
Listen kiddies if you cahsa that and you want to get ahead, you will get stomped on, taken advantage of and looked over. You think that ever happened to Madonna?
No, I think not. Now tha Hypocritical tale from a millionaire celebrity who from my perspective has always put herself first. Now that cadha bitterness has shown through, there are good lessons for kids on sharing, friendship, attitude, hard work and smiling. I would have loved this book and the fabulous illustrations as a little kid. Jul 16, Miund rated it it was amazing.
My good friend Mr. Van Thiel once invited me and one of my best friends to his place for a day of movies, gossips and books. At the end of the day, he showed me this book written by Madonna, and made me read the whole story aloud. I couldn’t stop laughing at Madonna’s wit! She made Lotsa De Casha so real in its fantasy setting.
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Who would’ve thought that a girl who once burned a cross, had a wild and widely-publicized sex life and known for her pointy bustier could come up with very original s My good friend Mr. Who would’ve thought that a girl who once burned a cross, had a wild and widely-publicized sex life and known for her pointy bustier could come up with very original stories for children?
Apr 22, Marissa Elera rated it did not like it Shelves: The story is didactic, ve, and way too lengthy. The art is borderline sinister. Weird, sexy animals with human butts and limbs are never okay. There also appears to be a face in a tree performing fellatio on another tree on page And what is the deal with Lotsa de Casha’s accent?
Are we making fun of Italian immigrants with that wildly stereotypical garbage? Sep 25, Agewen Stifford rated it it was amazing Shelves: I’m a little bit freaked out with the illustrations Humans with animal head.
But the story is very good. There are 6 fun facts about unhappy people. And then I’m realize, I’m one of them. I can’t believe a musician who sung a song titled Cashaa I’m Madonna can write such a good story for both adults and children about respecting others and not all things can be bought with money.
Aug 04, Vaishali rated it liked it Shelves: Too simple-minded a protagonist as well.
I know Madonna’s no Hans Christian Andersen, but I’m stunned that with her resources she didn’t bother to study his body of work. The best children’s books are methodically crafted Jan 07, Tasneem Zafer rated it really liked it. What goes around comes around!!
A tale full of facts and good messages for children. Jan 07, Mara rated it it was amazing Shelves: I absolutely love this children’s book.