Does A Kangaroo Have A Mother, Too ?
- Number of Pages: 32
- English (Unknown)
- English (Original Language)
- English (Published)
Of course they do -- just like me and you! Inside this playful and colorful book you will see all sorts of diverse babies with their mothers, all with one factor in common: Their mothers love them very, very much -- just like your mother loves you! Come right in and meet the family members -- the animal family, that is -- in words and photos by Eric Carle. From baby kangaroos, called joeys, to baby elephants, called calfs, every kind of animal attributes a mother.
"Yes!"Tremendously popular author/illustrator Eric Carle needs no introduction. A kangaroo features a mother."The response is constantly the same: a big colorful"YES! Just like me and you. In this Very Simple story, an unseen youngster asks variations on exactly the precise same question:"Does a lion/monkey/dolphin have a mother, too? Repetition could be the name from the game, here, simply because nothing comforts like reiteration. Readers wait eagerly for each and every new picture book--and nobody will probably be disappointed with this one."with the soothing reassurance that,"like me and you,"everyone has a mother.
Those on the verge of reading will enjoy the question and answer format, which is clearly produced to turn out to be study aloud. (Ages 2 to 7) --Emilie Coulter Carle's trademark collages are as colorful and luminous as those found in any of his other well-loved modern classics (including The Very Hungry Caterpillar and The Very Quiet Cricket) ; as usual, the illustrations are so good they're worthy of framing. A list with all the names of animal babies, parents, and groups is included--did you know that a group of bears is identified as a"sloth "? Or that a group of foxes is a"skulk "?
Toddler Books by Eric Carle - Copyright © 2019