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.
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.
We read this ultra cute book called Waiting written by Kevin Henkes. What are you waiting for? An owl, a puppy, a bear, a rabbit, and a pig—all toys arranged on a child’s windowsill—wait for marvelous things to happen in this irresistible picture book by the New York Times–bestselling and Caldecott Medalist Kevin Henkes.Five friends sit happily on a windowsill, waiting for something amazing to happen. The owl is waiting for the moon. The pig is waiting for the rain. The bear is waiting for the wind. The puppy is waiting for the snow. And the rabbit is just looking out the window because he likes to wait! What will happen? Will patience win in the end? Or someday will the friends stop waiting and do something unexpected? Waiting is a big part of childhood—waiting in line, waiting to grow up, waiting for something special to happen—but in this book, a child sets the stage and pulls the strings. Timeless, beautiful, and deeply heartfelt, this picture book about imaginative play, the seasons, friendship, and surprises marks a new pinnacle in Caldecott Medalist Kevin Henkes’s extraordinary career.
What a Noisy Farm. Mamma Kangaroo reads this children’s classic. And you will have so much fun with it. Get ready for story time with Mamma Kangaroo and Usborne Classic Children’s books. The Noisy, Noisy Farm is so much fun to listen to written by Axel Scheffler. The Cow, The Horse The Sheep They are all part of the Noisy Noisy Farm. This lovely, big board book with a sound panel full of farm animal noises is perfect for sharing with small children. Little fingers will not be able to resist pressing the buttons to make the noises of all the animals on the farm, including a cockerel, cow, donkey, pig and a dog.
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Sleeping Time ?, Baby Relax Music and Nursery Sleep Music
Mamma Kangaroo read this awesome classic, the stories are simply to cute.
This large-format gift book contains three of the popular Tales From Acorn Wood stories: Postman Bear, Hide-and-Seek Pig and Rabbit’s Nap. With sturdy flaps on every spread and rhyming stories that are a joy to read aloud, this collection from the hugely popular pairing of Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler will delight parents and toddlers alike.
Julia Donaldson is the outrageously talented, prize-winning author of the world’s best-loved children’s books, and was the 2011-2013 Children’s Laureate. Her picture books include the modern classic The Gruffalo, which has sold over 5 million copies worldwide.
Julia also writes fiction, including the PRINCESS MIRROR-BELLE series illustrated by Lydia Monks, as well as poems, plays and songs — and her brilliant live shows are always in demand. Julia and her husband Malcolm divide their time between West Sussex and Edinburgh.
We read about the super cute Snow Creature this time.
Fourth book in the series, Harold Huxley’s Rhyming Picture Books Harold Huxley is a househog, part of the hedgehog family. Each day his adventures fill him with glee. His amazing journeys, with his best friend, Lamb, don’t always go smoothly, or even to plan. It’s Christmas Eve and the world is white, the friends build a snowman, who gives flight. They chase after him and they soon uncover, the Snow Creatures’ secret that you too can discover.
Mamma Kangaroo reads Peppas Christmas Wish
Join Peppa Pig and her brother George as they get ready for Christmas. First there’s Santa’s grotto, where Peppa and George tell Santa what they would like for Christmas. Then Granny Pig has an important festive job for them and Peppa gets to make a very special wish. Will her Christmas wish come true?
A brand-new festive Peppa story, based on the hit TV animation – airing on Five’s Milkshake and Nick Jnr.
The text is a good size, varying at times or in italics/bolder for emphasis. It is a generally happy story as Peppa and her family go on to prepare for and spend Christmas with Granny & Grandpa Pig with just a hint of uncertainty that Santa will know where they are!
There is also a smidgen of sadness, which is quickly reversed as a little omission is rectified in a BIG way!
Aside from the story, the atmospheric illustrations throughout offer lots to talk about with the usual ‘what else can you see’ options as well as basic counting exercises, the weather, colours and the simple but meaningful facial expressions.
Without giving too much away, an example of the text:
“Ho! Ho! Ho!” chuckles Father Christmas.
“I hope you’ve all been good!”
with ‘good’ italicised for emphasis!