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Moo

De (autor) Fotografii de Brian Stanton
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en Limba Engleză Board book – August 2011 – vârsta de la 2 până la 6 ani

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From the #1 "New York Times" bestselling children s book creator Matthew Van Fleet.
Oink, Cluck, Squeak, Moo...Cock-a-doodle-doo
Ingeniously designed flaps and pull tabs, accompanied by pettable textures, offer a flock of interactive fun in this innovative introduction to the habits and distinctive voices of seven species of barnyard residents. Toddlers will delight in identifying and imitating each critter "
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9781442435032
ISBN-10: 1442435038
Pagini: 18
Dimensiuni: 298 x 184 x 43 mm
Greutate: 0.88 kg
Editura: Simon & Schuster/Paula Wiseman Books

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Moo"Matthew Van Fleet, photos by Brian Stanton. S&S/Wiseman, $16.99 (18p) ISBN 978-1-4424-3503-2"
Using a formula similar to its predecessors, Cat and Dog, Van Fleet's interactive board book identifies farm animals using simple, playful rhymes: "Mommy cow, / Baby calf, / Shaggy daddy bull./ Moo cow, / Milk the cow--/ grab the udder, pull!" (The farmer's hands milk the cow at the pull of a tab, while a cat turns its mouth toward the spraying milk.) Textures--a woolly sheep, a duck's downy chest feathers--provide a touch-and-feel aspect, while flaps and pop-ups make this a playful excursion. Ages 2-up.
--"Publishers Weekly", July 18, 2011

VAN FLEET, Matthew. Moo. photos by Brian Stanton.PreS-This interactive board book dazzles the senses by portraying farm animals' sounds and textures. Nimble fingers can manipulate pages that include lifting flaps to reveal surprises, pulling and pushing tabs that create animal actions, and touching textures that represent animal fur and feathers. Touch and sound combine when listeners discover a rubber duck among the real ones and push a pad that makes the toy squeak. Children will learn the names for male and female, adult and young of each variety ("Mommy ewe, Daddy ram, Lambs just born"). The minimal text includes rhythm and rhyme. Stanton's full-color photographs contribute to the authenticity of the animals and the sensations stimulated in this book. Children are in store for an enriching, tactile-rich experience.-Diane Antezzo, Ridgefield Library, CT
"School Library Journal, November 2011"

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