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Childrenīs Picture Books Reviews. Bartholomew and the Oobleck,Berenstain Bears and the Mamaīs Day Surprise,Berenstain Bears and Too Much TV,Big & Little,Bionic Bunny Show
Favorite Picture Books for daycare/nursery/preschool/elementary kids. Dr Seuss Titles/Books. Poetry Picture Books. Fairy Tales. Tall Tales. Don Freeman Picture Books. Eric Carle Picture Books. Todd Parr Picture Books. Christmas/Halloween/Easter Picture Books.
Baby Duck Series
Amy Hest writes the Baby Duck series and Jill Barton illustrates. You Can Swim, Baby Duck. In the Rain with Baby Duck. Guess Who Baby Duck! Make the Team Baby Duck. Off to School Baby Duck! Baby Duck and the Cozy Blanket. Amy Hest Books. Picture Books.
Barack by Jonah Winter
Jonah Winter writes Barack. A picture book about President Barack Obamaīs life. Biography book for preschool and elementary kids. Barack Obama President Books. Barack Obama Kids/Juvenile/Children Books. Barack Obama Picture Book/Book Review/Childhood Book.
Bartholomew and the Oobleck
Dr Seuss writes Bartholomew and the Oobleck. King Derwin wishes for something different from the sky and regrets it later. Important book for children to be aware for what they wish. (ages 4-8) Bartholomew and the Oobleck by Dr Seuss. Dr Seuss Picture Books. Bartholomew and the Oobleck Review. Bartholomew and the Oobleck Childrenīs Books.
Berenstain Bears and The Mamas Day Surprise, The
Breakfast in bed on Motherīs Day can result in a lot of work. Mama Bear discovers in The Berenstain Bears and the Mamaīs Day Surprise that this is not always true. Read Jan and Stan Berenstainīs picture book which is perfect for ages 4-8.
Big & Little
Expand your childīs vocabulary with Todd Parrīs book, Big & Little. The adjectives, big & little, are important to a childīs growth. Big & Little is a small book, but an important one.
Bionic Bunny Show, The Children's Books Homepage | Editor's Picks Articles | Top Ten Articles | Children's Books Site Map
The Bionic Bunny Show by Marc Brown and Laurene Krasny Brown works on two levels. First, it teaches children that television characters are not real. Second, it teaches some technical televison terms.
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