“More,” laughs Little Guy. “More. More. More.”
I liked the detail of this illustration, of how his little shoe is missing off of one of his feet because he‘s been playing around with his mother.
When I was a kid I would always love it when my mom or dad would bounce me up and down and pretend to be a horse. I would always ask them to do it over and over again. Just like these kids all have something they love that they want done over and over again such as swinging them around or chasing them
This book was full of colorful and attention grabbing illustrations that are surely award winning. This book was full of cute stories about the different kinds of child and caregiver relationships. It could have been a mom, dad, or grandma. Even though they were different their love for these kids is all the same and the kids all love their families
More More More Said The Baby by Vera B. Williams, 1990. Caldecott Award Winning Book. This is a wonderful children‘s book that was three different stories about different babies. It flows well and helps you learn about babies and how to interact with them. The illustrations were one of my favorite things. PICK
This book would be great to use in a lesson about individuality or how we are all deserving of love, attention and affection. Although the babies in this book have different traits and character, they are all loved and celebrated for what they can accomplish.
This book is about babies and how they can have such different personality traits. Each baby is unique and different, but in the end they would all be loved the same, because that‘s what each baby deserved. I think this is a good book that shows compassion and love, followed by beautiful illustrations.
Caldecott honor book, 1990. Vibrant colored book with diverse characters. Shows love between the children and their caregiver. Fun and active story with simple words children can understand. Has three different children with three different caregivers.
#BlackCatChallenge Day 18: This is a veritable feast of bright #candy colors and striking splash of paints that you would simply have to touch with your own hands. It tells of three love stories with the prettiest little babies in the universe. The book is a wondrous celebration of love that sparkles with multiple colors and spoken in different tongues and various voices. My full review: https://wp.me/pDlzr-4bc