While I enjoyed the silliness of the story – the turkey always putting the article clothing on the wrong body part, Little N didn’t get it. We will have to try this one later.
This has to be one of our very favorites. Little N let me read this to him several times in a row! Each page has a simple repetitive sound – most are sounds little ones can relate to (splash, yum, etc.) The cheery illustrations give little eyes a lot to absorb.
Little N had fun with this one. We acted out most of the story -“Up, down, up in the sky.” This is a rhyming story that gets you moving!
“Gitchy-Gitchy Goo” starts the story. I can’t help but reach out and tickle little N as I read to him. All kinds of tickle ideas – tickle to the left and tickle to the right….He loved it and laughed and laughed. Great interaction.
I love this poem, and the illustrations are lovely. It was a calming story to read before bedtime. The illustrations were a bit busy for Little N, but they will be nice to revisit when he is older.
So fun! Rollicking rhymes in this make me want to sing and dance. Little N does not think it half bad (the book – not momma’s dancing and singing – we both know how bad those are)
Just 5 words in various orders make up this simple story. Of course, there is lots to talk about. Not sure Little N gets it – we’ll revisit again and again especially since we own this in board book format. What momma loves is that Little N can open the book to any page and not miss the story – we can talk about the page – each one stands on its own.
The shiny slime trail throughout the story just begs to be traced. It was also eye catching – Little N was hypnotized. I loved the ending – the snail makes it home just in time for dinner!
Little N liked this face book (not quite as much as he liked Global Babies though). We enjoyed all the silly things that can end up on a hat – a puppy dog, a frog!
This one is a classic that we will revisit many times. Most of the book has one colorful illustration per page spread. The repetition is just what kids loves. Little N is a bit young still to appreciate this one as much as he may in the future. We’ll check it out again at the library. I’ve heard you can sing most of this book to the tune of “Twinkle, Twinkle. “