No Biting!

Overview

Even the most angelic babies sometimes hit or bite, and no one-not Mommy, or playmates, or even the family pet!-is exempt when the adorable, but frustrated, toddlers in No Biting! decide to act out. But just lift the flaps, and you'll discover that these babies know a better way to act after all. Refreshingly honest and all-too-true, this funny book is one that babies and parents will want to share again and again.

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Overview

Even the most angelic babies sometimes hit or bite, and no one-not Mommy, or playmates, or even the family pet!-is exempt when the adorable, but frustrated, toddlers in No Biting! decide to act out. But just lift the flaps, and you'll discover that these babies know a better way to act after all. Refreshingly honest and all-too-true, this funny book is one that babies and parents will want to share again and again.

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Editorial Reviews

Children's Literature - Kristi Bernard
Biting, kicking and pushing may be a few of the first things that pre-schoolers learn as they begin their journey to learn social skills. For some children biting and pushing may be the only way to defend themselves, while others use these tactics as a means to get their way. Katz has provided an easy to use visual tool for parents and teachers to use with young ones on what not to do when it comes to pushing, biting or kicking. Children will learn not to bite each other, but that it's alright to bite an apple. Parents can show a child that pushing friends is rude, but pushing a friend on a swing is polite and fun. It's important for little ones to learn not to kick the dog, but that it's alright to kick a ball. Brightly colored illustrations help little ones see the meaning of what is being taught. Simple words will become easily recognizable by beginner readers. Familiar colors, shapes and objects will encourage reading for ages 3 to 5 years. Another plus is that there are stickers in the back of the book any child would love.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780448425849
  • Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group
  • Publication date: 5/28/2002
  • Edition description: LIFTFLAP
  • Pages: 14
  • Sales rank: 95,031
  • Age range: 2 - 5 Years
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 7.80 (h) x 0.38 (d)

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  • Posted March 30, 2009

    Not what I thought it would be about!

    I have an 18 month old son who is biting at daycare. I wanted to purchase a children's book about no biting. Reading the title, I thought that it would be about that, but only one page was devoted to biting. Overall, the book is ok and goes over in general a bunch of behaviors, but I thought that I was getting a book about biting!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 5, 2003

    Great book for babies and toddlers

    I bought my daughter 'Where is Baby's Belly Button' and she loved it. When I saw this one on the shelf, I quickly snatched it up. Now when she spits or goes to bite, I usually show her the book and she doesn't feel like she's being lectured but actually realizes how naughty this is because it's in one of her favorite books.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2002

    Perfect for a "terrible" two-year-old

    I had found a copy of this book at a discount store and immediately snatched it up to read to our 30-month-old son. It's very short and simple: a lift-the-flap book that says things like "No spitting at your brother! Where can you spit?" And when you lift the flap, it shows a child brushing his teeth and says "When you brush your teeth!" This example follows through for hitting, screaming, pushing, and, of course, biting. At the end, it says "Can you remember? Yes, I can!" (We chime this like the theme from Bob the Builder.) Our son loves this book and it really helps us reinforce the lessons of "nice" behavior.

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