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📒Ten Apples Up On Top ✍ Dr. Seuss
📝Ten Apples Up on Top Book Synopsis : A lion, a dog, and a tiger balance apples on their heads.
📝 Ten Apples up on Top Paperback CD Book Synopsis :
📒Making Memories Month By Month ✍ Kathy Wootton
📝Making Memories Month by Month Book Synopsis :
📝The Little Blue Box of Bright and Early Board Books by Dr Seuss Book Synopsis : Hit the road reading with Dr. Seuss! Tucked inside this cute little blue box topped with a plastic handle and secured by a tuck closure are board book editions of the classic Dr. Seuss titles Hop on Pop; Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!; Ten Apples Up On Top!; and The Shape of Me and Other Stuff. Ideal for the holidays, new mothers, and happy occasions of all kinds, this is a literacy-nurturing gift that babies can literally sink their teeth into!
📒The Dr Seuss Catalog ✍ Richard H.F. Lindemann
📝The Dr Seuss Catalog Book Synopsis : ""Fantastic""--Classic Images; ""highly recommended""--ARBA; ""a book no collector should be without""--Communication Booknotes Quarterly; ""valuable""--Children's Literature Association Quarterly. Theodor Seuss Geisel--known worldwide as the beloved children's author Dr. Seuss--produced a body of work that spans more than 70 years. Though most often associated with children's books, he frequently contributed cartoons and humorous essays to popular magazines, produced effective and memorable advertising campaigns (""Quick, Henry, the Flit!""), and won Oscars and Emmys for motion picture prod.
📒De Kat Met De Hoed Druk 1 ✍ Dr. Seuss
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📒The Big Orange Book Of Beginner Books ✍ Dr. Seuss
📝The Big Orange Book of Beginner Books Book Synopsis : ENGLISH LITERATURE: POETRY TEXTS & ANTHOLOGIES. This collection of six Beginner Books by Dr. Seuss costs less than two single Beginner Books! In one sturdy hardcover omnibus, "The Big Orange Book of Beginner Books" includes the complete text and illustrations for "The Shape of Me and Other Stuff, "Marvin K. Mooney Will You Please Go Now!, Ten Apples Up on Top!" (illustrated by Roy McKie), "In a People House "(illustrated by Roy McKie), "Hooper Humperdink . . . ? Not Him! "(illustrated by Scott Nash), and "Because a Little Bug Went Ka-choo!" (illustrated by Michael Frith). Ages 5+
📒Letter Works ✍ Mary Chappell
📝Letter Works Book Synopsis : Week-long units for each letter of the alphabet reinforce developing literacy skills. Read-aloud activities, songs, centers, and snacks provide connections to language arts, math, science, and social studies concepts. Teach these stand-alone units in order, or flow from one theme to the next!
📒Seasonal Activities ✍ Brenda Shelton Strickland
📝Seasonal Activities Book Synopsis : Provides reproducible patterns, minibooks, journal pages, word cards and memory book pages with bulletin board ideas and color patterns on a CD.
📒Wild Things ✍ Bruce Handy
📝Wild Things Book Synopsis : An irresistible, nostalgic, insightful—and totally original—ramble through classic children’s literature from Vanity Fair contributing editor (and father) Bruce Handy. “Consistently intelligent and funny…The book succeeds wonderfully.” —The New York Times Book Review “A delightful excursion…Engaging and full of genuine feeling.” —The Wall Street Journal “Pure pleasure.” —Vanity Fair “Witty and engaging…Deeply satisfying.” —Christian Science Monitor In 1690, the dour New England Primer, thought to be the first American children’s book, was published in Boston. Offering children gems of advice such as “Strive to learn” and “Be not a dunce,” it was no fun at all. So how did we get from there to “Let the wild rumpus start”? And now that we’re living in a golden age of children’s literature, what can adults get out of reading Where the Wild Things Are and Goodnight Moon, or Charlotte’s Web and Little House on the Prairie? In Wild Things, Bruce Handy revisits the classics of American childhood, from fairy tales to The Very Hungry Caterpillar, and explores the backstories of their creators, using context and biography to understand how some of the most insightful, creative, and witty authors and illustrators of their times created their often deeply personal masterpieces. Along the way, Handy learns what The Cat in the Hat says about anarchy and absentee parenting, which themes link The Runaway Bunny and Portnoy’s Complaint, and why Ramona Quimby is as true an American icon as Tom Sawyer or Jay Gatsby. It’s a profound, eye-opening experience to reencounter books that you once treasured after decades apart. A clear-eyed love letter to the greatest children’s books and authors, from Louisa May Alcott and L. Frank Baum to Eric Carle, Dr. Seuss, Mildred D. Taylor, and E.B. White, Wild Things will bring back fond memories for readers of all ages, along with a few surprises.