1 edition of Ten Little Fingers found in the catalog.
|Series||Creative Learning Series, Creative learning series|
Alice Cary counts fingers and toes at her home in Groton, Massachusetts. And both of these babies—as everyone knows—had ten little fingers and ten little toes. Better still, purchase the book and see for yourself! I can see the hotel room where I made the resignation calls. This is a photo of the happiest woman alive that day! She loves the repetition and illustrations of the babies.
Highly recommended. They want it re-read many times over. But there is a slight tarnish perhaps on one point of that fifth star It will probably be requested over and over again.
Average rating: The kids really love listening to this book. Each baby in this book may How old does a child have to be before it will enjoy being read to? The other tiny quibble is a silly — and annoyingly avoidable — mistake. Some had chubby brown fingers; some had little black faces; some had fat little pink toes and no hair at all, while others had dead straight black hair that stood all round their heads. Or will they be able to appreciate books on paper at a very early age? Alice Cary counts fingers and toes at her home in Groton, Massachusetts.
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Praise For… "This gently lilting read-aloud is just right for bedtime, or anytime your child could use a little extra comfort. They want it re-read many times over. I'm not sure I've ever seen a better way to explain that concept to a young child than is presented in this book.
Emmy S, 07 October This is such a lovely book from a mummy perspective. And each, inevitably has five digits on each of their hands and toes. And both of these babies—as everyone knows—had ten little fingers and ten little toes. Perhaps not. Since some penguins live in Australia, it is astonishing that nobody picked this mistake up.
And here, from two of the most gifted picture-book creators of our time, is a celebration of baby fingers, baby toes, and the joy they—and the babies they belong to—bring to everyone, everywhere, all over the world!
Brilliant book for bedtime cause it ends with a kiss. Highly recommended. A great idea for a present for new parents.
She enjoys looking at the picture's of the children in the book and giggles when she gets a kiss on the end of her nose, like the baby in the story. The book's impact gets diminished a bit by the simple fact that not all children have ten fingers and ten toes. Julie Devlin, 30 July We were given a copy of this book by a friend and my little girl really liked it.
Great message that despite our differences, we are the same. The book described these circumstances, and then went on to say that despite this, all the babies had ten fingers and ten toes: "There was one little baby who was born on the ice, and another in a tent, who was just as nice.
Average rating:5out of5stars, based on0reviews This was one of the mo NickiHogan89, 03 May i first borrowed this book from the library to see how my son would react to it and he couldn't get enough of it! Great for teaching body parts too.
Winning the award in Turin, Italy, for the Italian edition, Adults and children alike will love these moppets. She lives in Adelaide, Australia. Jbo, 19 January What a wonderful book!
These four lines are spread over four pages, with four beautiful illustrations in line and watercolour, and the words are in very bold print underneath, to point to. She lives in Adelaide, Australia. This is a photo of the happiest woman alive that day!
While hailing from places near and far, they immediately learn to play together. Some babies don't, and while it's fine to talk about ten fingers and toes, I don't like pretending that "everyone knows" that all babies are the same, when they're not.
The other tiny quibble is a silly — and annoyingly avoidable — mistake.by Mem Fox (Author), Helen Oxenbury (Illustrator) Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes is a beautiful, loving picture book for babies and toddlers, and comes as both a board book and paper picture book.
Illustrated with sweet and endearing illustrations, the story takes baby on a journey across the world, as they see all the babies born to different circumstances, across different cultures.
Description: Count each little finger one by one in this sweet picture book. Ten little fingers, one hand two. Two small hands belong to you! Join a group of toddlers as they enjoy delicious treats, and count one by one as one little finger points to cake, two Read Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes Book Website - Read Ten Little.
Count each little finger one by one in this sweet book now available as a board book! Ten little fingers, one hand two.
Two small hands belong to you! Join a group of multicultural toddlers as they enjoy delicious treats and count one by one as one little finger points to cake, two little fingers tap a plate, three little fingers pinch a.
Celebrate your baby with this wonderful illustrated board book! With a simple rhyming text and whimsical illustrations of babies, your little one with love snuggling up to you and counting their ten little fingers and ten little toes.
Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes padded board book () by Mem FoxPages: Apr 01, · Ten Little Fingers by Annie Kubler,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.4/5(). Dec 07, · Another gorgeous book by Mem Fox, this beautiful story travels the world introducing us to babies born in different places and circumstances.
The simple rhyming text make it delight to read aloud and little ones will soon be joining in the refrain - And both of these babies, as everyone knows, had ten little fingers and ten little toes.