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  • Posted February 2, 2011

    My 15 month old son loves this book!

    We borrow books from our local library to read to our 15 month old son and this is the one book that we renew over and over again because he just loves it! He would look at the pictures while we read the story to him and by the 3rd reading he could already point out the animals in the book! He usually wants us to read this book to him every night.
    Since he loves this book so much we decided to buy it at the B&N near us. It was money really well spent! We're planning to buy the big book edition when it comes out on Feb. 15, 2011! :)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 31, 2009

    GREAT!!!!!

    GREAT!!!!! Grandchildren love this book!!!!!

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  • Posted September 5, 2009

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    You can seldom go wrong with a Bill Martin and/or Eric Carle collaboratioin

    My preschool class always enjoys the two weeks we spend on Bill Martin and Eric Carle stories. We love animals and we revel in the hands on tissue paper art. We relish in the bright colors and the consistent themes that run through their work. Young children need simple, bold, repetition and new (but familiar)stories. Just look at Clifford and Curious George. Their newest story is another hit.

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