Oh, The Places You’ll Go! By Dr. Seuss

Mamma Kangaroo Reads the classic Oh, The Places You’ll Go! A perennial favorite, Dr. Seuss’s wonderfully wise graduation speech is the perfect send-off for children starting out in the world, be they nursery school, high school, or college grads! From soaring to high heights and seeing great sights to being left in a Lurch on a prickle-ly perch, Dr. Seuss addresses life’s ups and downs with his trademark humorous verse and illustrations, while encouraging readers to find the success that lies within. In a starred review, Booklist notes: “Seuss’s message is simple but never sappy: life may be a ‘Great Balancing Act,’ but through it all ‘There’s fun to be done.’”

Love You Forever by Robert Munsch and Sheila McGraw

Mamma Kangaroo reads the super cute Love you Froever. A young woman holds her newborn son, and looks at him lovingly. Softly she sings to him: “I’ll love you forever I’ll like you for always As long as I’m living My baby you’ll be.” From the Amazon review he mother sings to her sleeping baby: “I’ll love you forever / I’ll love you for always / As long as I’m living / My baby you’ll be.” She still sings the same song when her baby has turned into a fractious 2-year-old, a slovenly 9-year-old, and then a raucous teen. So far so ordinary–but this is one persistent lady. When her son grows up and leaves home, she takes to driving across town with a ladder on the car roof, climbing through her grown son’s window, and rocking the sleeping man in the same way. Then, inevitably, the day comes when she’s too old and sick to hold him, and the roles are at last reversed. Each stage is illustrated by one of Sheila McGraw’s comic and yet poignant pastels. (Ages 4 to 8)

The Jolly Postman by Allan Ahlberg & Janet Ahlberg

Mamma Kangaroo reads the new, large-size edition of top-selling title – over 5 million copies of POSTMAN titles sold. The Jolly Postman delivers cards and letters to various fairy-tale characters. He has a letter of apology for the three bears from Goldilocks, a postcard from Jack for the giant, a solicitor’s letter on behalf of Little Red Riding-Hood for the wolf who ate grandma, and so on. There are six envelopes in the book, each containing letters, cards, etc.

The Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr

Mamma Kangaroo read This classic story of Sophie and her extraordinary tea-time guest has been loved by millions of children since it was first published over 30 years ago. Now a new generation will enjoy this beautiful reformatted edition! The doorbell rings just as Sophie and her mummy are sitting down to tea. Who could it possibly be? What they certainly don’t expect to see at the door is a big furry, stripy tiger! This modern classic picture book is perfect for reading aloud, or for small children to read to themselves time and again. All artwork has been re-originated and a fresh design approach has been used for this reformatted edition.


Giraffes Can’t Dance By Giles Andreae & Guy Parker-Rees

Giraffes Can’t Dance is a touching tale of Gerald the giraffe, who wants nothing more than to dance. With crooked knees and thin legs, it’s harder for a giraffe than you would think. Gerald is finally able to dance to his own tune when he gets some encouraging words from an unlikely friend.

With light-footed rhymes and high-stepping illustrations, this tale is gentle inspiration for every child with dreams of greatness.

Review: Gerald the giraffe doesn’t really have delusions of grandeur. He just wants to dance. But his knees are crooked and his legs are thin, and all the other animals mock him when he approaches the dance floor at the annual Jungle Dance. “Hey, look at clumsy Gerald,” they sneer. “Oh, Gerald, you’re so weird.” Poor Gerald slinks away as the chimps cha-cha, rhinos rock ‘n’ roll, and warthogs waltz. But an encouraging word from an unlikely source shows this glum giraffe that those who are different “just need a different song,” and soon he is prancing and sashaying and boogying to moon music (with a cricket accompanist). In the vein of Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Gerald’s fickle “friends” quickly decide he’s worthy of their attention again.

Blancanieves (Clásicos Disney) – Disney Princesas Blancanieves Libro

La mágica y eterna historia de Blancanieves contada en rimas para deleite de los chicos. Las hermosas ilustraciones se podrán encontrar en el interior del libro. ¡Disfrute de la lectura!

Había una vez una princesa llamada Blancanieves;
de cabello era negro y piel blanca como las nubes.
Sus labios eran siempre rojos como las rosas;
sobre ella se escribieron las más bellas prosas.

Su madrastra la reina un espejo mágico tenía;
y durante años le preguntaba lo mismo cada día.
“¿Quién es la más bella del reino?” preguntó;
“Eres tú, mi Reina” el espejo obediente contestó.

Todos los días la misma respuesta obtenía;
pero esta vez el espejo no lo negaría,
“Blancanieves ha superado tu belleza;
Ella está llena de amabilidad y grandeza”

Sintió celos de Blancanieves por ser tan bella;
no podía ocultar todo lo que sentía por ella.
Le pidió a un cazador que de ella se deshiciera;
no quería que Blancanieves con vida siguiera.

“Quiero que lo hagas con mucha discreción;
y en esta caja deberás meter su corazón.”
Sin embargo el cazador su tarea no pudo cumplir;
pues deseaba que Blancanieves pudiese vivir.

Blancanieves se acercó a una cabaña escondida;
y se acostó con la intención de quedarse dormida.
Ella no sabía que siete enanos adentro vivían;
y cuando la encontraron no creían lo que veían.

Era la muchacha más bella que habían visto,
No entendían lo que pasaba en ese momento.
Blancanieves despertó con un gran temor;
¿Quiénes eran esos pequeños a su alrededor?

“Espero no les importe. Me quedé muy dormida;
en este profundo bosque me encontraba perdida.
La Reina me quería lastimar y tuve que huir;
Si me quedaba en palacio seguro iba a morir.”

Los enanos eran amables y querían que se quedara;
viviendo con los enanos ella estaría segura.
La Reina al espejo le preguntó por lo sucedido;
el espejo le dijo que Blancanieves había huido.

Una anciana entró en la casa un día por la mañana;
“Querida, ¿te gustaría probar una manzana?”
Blancanieves pensó “que amable anciana”.
aunque su vieja voz parecía la de una rana.

La dulce anciana tenía la manzana en la mano;
Blancanieves la comió como estaba planeado.
Los enanos llegaron demasiado tarde a la cocina;
Blancanieves había caído en la trampa de la Reina

Blancanieves cayó entonces en un sueño profundo;
alrededor del cajón los enanos estaban llorando.
De casualidad un príncipe por la zona pasaba;
y lo supo enseguida mientras a ella la miraba.

El príncipe se dio cuenta que se había enamorado,
ella era la princesa con la que había soñado.
Le preguntó a los enanos si darle un beso podría;
Su belleza sería algo que él no se perdería.

Y cuando él la besó sus ojos se abrieron.
Finalmente encontró a su novia, todos lo supieron.
El hechizo se rompió; la maldición se había ido;
Blancanieves despertó cuando había amanecido.

La Reina fue castigada por su mala intención;
obedecer a los príncipes era ahora su obligación.
La madrastra a una tierra lejana fue exiliada.
Su espejo le fue quitado y su magia prohibida.

Los enanos en sus grandes amigos se convirtieron;
Todos juntos desde entonces siempre estuvieron.
El reino celebró que Blancanieves era reina;
Y de esta manera ésta feliz historia termina.

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The Snail and the Whale Book Reading By Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler

Mamma Kangaroo Reads the amazing book The Snail and the Whale by Julia Donaldson, One tiny snail longs to see the world and hitches a lift on the tail of a whale. Together they go on an amazing journey, past icebergs and volcanoes, sharks and penguins, and the little snail feels so small in the vastness of the world. But when disaster strikes and the whale is beached in a bay, it’s the tiny snail who saves the day. The Snail and the Whale is a delightful tale of adventure and friendship by the award-winning team behind The Gruffalo, Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler.

Peppa Pig: The Tooth Fairy, Peppa Looses a Tooth & The Tooth Fairy Visits !

Today we read about Peppa Pig and the Tooth Fairy, in this Peppa Pig book Peppa has lost a tooth, when she puts it under her bed she just has to wait for the Tooth Fairy to come and exchange the Tooth with a Coin. But the big question is can Peppa stay awake ?. And can George ?. Its a super exciting book, that we are even more excited to read for you in Mamma Kangaroo Story Time.

Who done it? by Olivier Tallec Children’s Book

Today we read Who Done It ? By Olivier Tallec, such a cute story and Mamma Kangaroo just loves it. In this charming book, each page asks the reader a question about the lineup of characters featured on the spread. Sharp eyes and keen observation are necessary. There’s only one right answer, and it’s not always easy! Kids will love learning early concepts like expressions and positions as a natural consequence of their hunt for clues in the details of the lineup. It’s a book for all audiences: the seek-and-find call to action on every page makes Who Done It? a wonderful lap or parent read, while the whimsical art, distinctive horizontal format, and hip exposed board ensures this book will be equally appealing as engaging coffee table décor.

Iggy Peck, Architect /Andrea Beaty Children’s Book Review & Reading

Mamma Kangaroo reads Iggy Peck Architect, such a cute classic Children’s books you will simply love. Meet Iggy Peck—creative, independent, and not afraid to express himself! In the spirit of David Shannon’s No, David and Rosemary Wells’s Noisy Nora, Iggy Peck will delight readers looking for irreverent, inspired fun. Iggy has one passion: building. His parents are proud of his fabulous creations, though they’re sometimes surprised by his materials—who could forget the tower he built of dirty diapers? When his second-grade teacher declares her dislike of architecture, Iggy faces a challenge. He loves building too much to give it up! With Andrea Beaty’s irresistible rhyming text and David Roberts’s puckish illustrations, this book will charm creative kids everywhere, and amuse their sometimes bewildered parents.