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Boo Hoo Boo-Boo
     

Boo Hoo Boo-Boo

by Marilyn Singer, Elivia Savadier (Illustrator)
 

Boo Hoo Boo-Boo

Your 1 1/2-year-old is in full motion and probably getting a few boo-boos, too!

Tips for reading and sharing:

  • As you read, point to the different boo-boos
  • Name the parts of the body where there are boo-boos
  • Remind your toddler of past boo-boos, talking about how quickly they heal

Overview

Boo Hoo Boo-Boo

Your 1 1/2-year-old is in full motion and probably getting a few boo-boos, too!

Tips for reading and sharing:

  • As you read, point to the different boo-boos
  • Name the parts of the body where there are boo-boos
  • Remind your toddler of past boo-boos, talking about how quickly they heal

Editorial Reviews

Kirkus Reviews
When trying to do anything new or exciting, there are apt to be some minor bumps and bruises and the children featured in this story manage to shake off their falls and try it again. While the message that it is a good idea to keep going even though they have received a setback is clear, it is unclear whether the children eventually learn that trying to skip rope in a long dress is a bad idea or that running through the house with a toy wrapped around one's waist might lead to another fall. Rhyming text with repetitive sounds fill the text. Illustrations rendered in watercolors seem sloppy rather than childlike, spilling over the pages in a haphazard manner. An overly simplistic message and unremarkable illustrations keep this tale from hitting its mark. Boo hoo, this one is a boo-boo. (Picture book. 2-5)

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780694015665
Publisher:
HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date:
05/01/2002
Series:
Growing Tree Series
Pages:
24
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 9.76(h) x 0.30(d)
Age Range:
1 - 5 Years

Meet the Author

Marilyn Singer has written over fifty books for young readers, including poetry, fairy tales, mysteries, and young adult novels. Marilyn and her husband, Steve Aronson, live in Brooklyn, New York, where the weather in March is sometimes stormy and cold and sometimes warm and sunny.

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